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#22 - thechosentroll (11/15/2012) [-]
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Can't write a good essay in just a couple of hours? HA!

>A month ago
>Psychology class.
>Teacher gets pissed and decides to make us write an essay in half an hour
>90% of the people don't even bother writing, thinking it's a joke
>She actually takes the essays to grade them
>90% of class have Fs
>I get an A and the teacher has been looking at me funny for a month now.

And they said you can't write 2 nad a half pages in 30 minutes.
#69 to #22 - ehmat (11/15/2012) [-]
Actually I believe the saying goes;
"A man can nay write 5 pages in 1 hours"
But I get your point.
#16 - chuffberry (11/15/2012) [-]
>in 9th grade
>teacher assigns massive project on the functions of the brain
>reminds us every day of its deadline, and how it counts for 25% of total grade
>work on it for 2 weeks straight, ends up being over 20 pages long
>proudly turn it in
>teacher never grades it
>that was 6 years ago, and the teacher never ******* touched it
#4 - jellyneau (11/15/2012) [-]
>Be me 3rd grade.   
>Have to write 2 page story.   
>Topic of choice   
>Can't spell for 			****		.   
>"Teacher how do you spell Pterodactyl?   
>"It's spelled D-I-C-T-I-O-N-A-R-Y."   
>Go get dictionary   
>Go to the "T" section.   
>Look everywhere.   
>Not in there   
>"Teacher, it's not in here."   
>"Yes it is kid"   
>Didn't learn how to properly spell Pterodactyl until grade 7.   
>Be me 3rd grade.
>Have to write 2 page story.
>Topic of choice
>Can't spell for **** .
>"Teacher how do you spell Pterodactyl?
>"It's spelled D-I-C-T-I-O-N-A-R-Y."
>Go get dictionary
>Go to the "T" section.
>Look everywhere.
>Not in there
>"Teacher, it's not in here."
>"Yes it is kid"
>Didn't learn how to properly spell Pterodactyl until grade 7.
User avatar #28 to #4 - buttsecksyousay (11/15/2012) [-]
I just called them Petri.
User avatar #92 to #28 - whtkid ONLINE (11/15/2012) [-]
i miss ducky :(
User avatar #18 to #4 - waaw ONLINE (11/15/2012) [-]
Imagine if you had thought that was how it was really spelled. Think about the report you'd write in 3rd grade.

The dictionary was a giant creature that lived a long time ago. Although there aren't any dictionaries around anymore, we can still see there fossilized remains buried underground. Dictionaries died off and were eventually out-evolved. Today, dictionaries are a relic of a long ago age, back before civilization.

Hey, it still sort of works.
User avatar #48 to #18 - McFuckUp (11/15/2012) [-]
#45 - artvandelay (11/15/2012) [-]
MFW "Most correct answer".
MFW "Most correct answer".
#46 - tehbomb ONLINE (11/15/2012) [-]
>Be in History
>Teacher has been noticing a couple of jerkoffs at he back of the room for a few weeks
>Sees them be assholes while we're trying to watch an important powerpoint
>Next day
>Decides to give everyone a quiz because of them
>Easy enough, matching
>Do the damn thing
>Teacher takes them in, as he does he says did you guys read the instructions?
>I do, cuz I didn't.
>Number two
>If you read the instructions, you'd know not to do the matching questions
>OH **** ******
> Teacher is coming around
>Erase that **** like Hitler erased jews
>Finish as he takes it
>I get a glimpse of the back
>glimpse of the back
>the back
>My ******* face when the instructions on that question say to ignore Number Two
******* teacher, pulled a double crazy ivan on us all.
#57 to #46 - gokuismyhero (11/15/2012) [-]
hahaha double crazy ivan? that was funny
#66 to #46 - ehmat (11/15/2012) [-]
This is very difficult to read.
#29 - daentraya (11/15/2012) [-]
Not long ago, our task in english was an assignment about.. 'Animals'. So i chose tardigrades. Halfway thru writing that simple **** , she came up to me. She didnt know what it was, looked at it, called it jellyfish or bacteria and said it didnt count as an animal.
An animal is an animal no matter how small
#55 to #29 - anon (11/15/2012) [-]
well actually a bacteria isn't an animal at all. also, i felt so bad for that thing trying to help and they tortured it. ******* doctor who giving me feels all the time
User avatar #59 to #55 - daentraya (11/15/2012) [-]
Exactly. And to her, jellyfish arent animals. The theoretically immortal jellyfish was my second choice of animal
User avatar #23 - kierano ONLINE (11/15/2012) [-]
God that teacher's smug face makes me want to punch her
#12 - lujan ONLINE (11/15/2012) [-]
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the 5th one.....

my friend austin got an A in our physics class. he did all the problems the "right way" whereas I did whatever I needed to to get the right answer, because in my opinion there are several ways to get an answer in physics. I always wrote out all of my steps and everything. sometime filling an entire page with work. I would usually get the right answer, but never got credit, and he would sometimes get the wrong answer but still get full credit because of his work. sometimes our work would even be the same, but the teacher liked him better or something....

mfw i failed physics
and **** off grammar nazis
User avatar #36 to #12 - bronan (11/15/2012) [-]
If you did that more than once you should've realised they didnt want you to do it that way, they wanted the right way, even if it was the wrong answer its all in the working out.
#38 to #12 - cptnigelofwolf (11/15/2012) [-]
Took a physics test
wrote answers on the back cus I ran outta room
Reacher never flipped the page over so I get a 40% on the test
As we go over it in class I point out to the teacher that I had the right answer on the back of the paper
Teacher says talk to me after class
Techer claims I copied the answers while we went over the test
Calls me a cheater
I argue saying I did not cheat
65 year old teacher 4 months from retirement screams at me calling me a cheater and walks away down the hall
I get a D for the semester when I should have gotten a B (test counted for 30% grade)
this was 9 years ago, I still get angry and riled up everytime I think about that bastard
#20 to #12 - Daeiros (11/15/2012) [-]
i always hated having to show my work.
especially in math
i would usually solve the problems in my head and get the right answer and lose points for being intelligent enough to multiply a pair of two digit numbers in my head without writing it out.
in fifth grade, we took a test that ranked us against students nationwide. my score on math skills was on par with the average score of a 12th grader. they also had a score for showing your work and on that it said i was at a second grade level.

seriously though check out the pic, that **** is awesome, way better then the crappy way they taught us to do multiplication. quick tutorial to vedic multiplication
#47 to #20 - anon (11/15/2012) [-]
There is a book called Mathemagics (or something along those lines, its been awhile). Search for it on The Pirate Bay. It teaches how to do any operation in your head in under a second. The underlying principle is using the right brain to do math as a gestalt (all at once), and using the left brain to simply store the numbers - which happens to be the most effective way.
For example, 306x24 can be rapidly performed by multiplying 300 by 20, 300 by 4, 6 by 20, and 6 by 4 and adding them together. With a little practice, I have tutored kids that can barely do long division and by the end of the month have them doing math like a savant. Its great stuff.
I believe the latest edition also covers how to perform exponential operations (positive, negative, and fractions). Teachers don't even begin to teach you the most effective methods for reading, math, and foreign languages. Maybe I'll post the stuff I've learned someday, it seems this community would have an immediate use for it.
User avatar #30 to #20 - daentraya (11/15/2012) [-]
We havent got around to 3x3 digits yet, and some people in my class still has trouble with 2. Im in 9th grade. Thanks for the picture, i feel like trying some now
User avatar #35 to #30 - TommyV (11/15/2012) [-]
...HAHAHAHA! 3x3s are not going to be a problem...wait until your concepts of math completely implode.

.9999[...] = 1 in discrete.
User avatar #52 to #35 - daentraya (11/15/2012) [-]
... I like math. When i can make it work, that is..
User avatar #74 - ZenMacros (11/15/2012) [-]
Yeah it technically is the janitor's job to clean up the school, but you should still have the common decency to clean up after yourself.

OP must be eight years old.
#33 - redblueyellow (11/15/2012) [-]
>follow a CPE (Cambridge Proficience English) course
>way harder than the normal english lessons
>Can write A level essay in CPE in hour
>turn in same essay in other english class
>get C
>teacher says it's to complicated
User avatar #73 to #33 - cupcakedevourer (11/15/2012) [-]
*too :D
User avatar #34 - thepastryistrue (11/15/2012) [-]
I may have grown old, but... I think she's right mostly...
#31 - happyslacks (11/15/2012) [-]
A few of these aren't too bad. Such as the janitor thing. Yeah its his job to clean up, but that doesn't mean you can't be courteous and an adult make his job a little easier by taking responsibility for your own mess.

Also the grading essays thing, it takes a lot longer to read through and grade 30ish than to write one. Plus she's the authority, its implicit she doesn't have to follow rules given to the subordinates.

To name two points out of several on there which are just immature students venting their immaturity.

(This isn't to say NONE are valid. Just some aren't.)
#19 - anonymoosy (11/15/2012) [-]
> Be me
> Be in 1st year 6th form at a boarding school (I think that's equivalent to the year before last of High School in America)
> Be Maltese
> English still not 100%
> First week
> We got a bit rowdy and had a shaving foam fight
> Housemaster gets us together for a telling off
> "It is NOT the cleaners' job to clean!!"
> mfw
User avatar #32 - amoussa (11/15/2012) [-]
I'm not going to deny that some teachers are arses, especially when it comes to disciplinary but when it comes to the academic side of things, some of the actions are justified:

1: You're expected to at least know how the word is roughly spelt. Problem is that you're all too reliant on your precious googles and MS word.
2: books cover the syllabus for the exam. Books are often new and you'd have to go to a pretty **** school to use out-dated books
3: class attendance is mandatory by the law. Even in university, you have to at least attend 80% of your lectures. 90% of telling personal stories is way too exaggeration and even if they do on a seldom basis, it's just a nice way to take a slight break.
4: You're not expected to sweep up or dust wipe the whole room but come on, don't be ridiculously messy like stick gum under the table or litter. That's like saying it's perfectly okay to litter on the street because it's the street cleaner's job.
5: in maths especially, the most important bit is not the final answer but it's how you showed your working out and your demonstration of understanding.
6: There's only so much a teacher can cover in so little time. You've clearly never tried lesson planning before.
7: That's obviously ******** .
8: For coursework especially, that sort of **** is also marked by the government and examining board. I can't stress how deadlines are very very important, especially in the real working world and you kids don't take it seriously! There's no real deadline in marking papers.
9: In the final exam, the essay quality is no where near to be expected as good as that of coursework. In coursework, you carefully have to bide your time into research and write as if you've not rushed it.
10: It's always good to know the hard way of things, especially for future reference. It's not like they expect you to do the hard way everytime.
11: I don't know how often this happens but teachers can make mistakes too.
12: refer back to 6.
#40 to #32 - shiphotel ONLINE (11/15/2012) [-]
for 7 you obviously never took intro world religions where belief is fact and is all based on generalizations of entire religions
User avatar #41 to #32 - genericnewfag (11/15/2012) [-]
FLASH! AH-AAAHH!! Buzz-killer of the Universe!
User avatar #42 to #32 - sparkyoneonetwo (11/15/2012) [-]
as for number 3 I know a ton of people that only go to class at universities on test day cuz it's not mandatory by law for them to be there an the professors but, all the notes on there websites.

Number 7 I've seen that happen quite a few time that ever answer was technically right but, we didn't have to pick the most right one the professor made a mistake an everyone got that answer right.

As for 11 I see that happen so much like my biology class I took every test we had to fix like 4 or 5 questions before starting
User avatar #50 to #32 - youngchief (11/15/2012) [-]
Number 3. is definitely true in my experience, I don't know what it is but I always end up getting the old man teacher who spends most of the time talking about his own life, mind you some of them are entertaining and usually do pertain to what we're studying....But not always. I came into class more than a few times where he'd start off by telling us a 30 minute story about something like going to a famous nightclub when he was younger
User avatar #37 to #32 - sparkyoneonetwo (11/15/2012) [-]
I went to one of the best school in my area my books were 20 years outdated
#54 - bigbellyman (11/15/2012) [-]
<---- THIS
>34% of my paycheck goes to taxes
>i attend a public high school
>i'm indirectly PAYING the janitor to clean up my ****
>fukken useless
User avatar #62 to #54 - ruinsage (11/15/2012) [-]
it's the janitors job to maintain the school

not to clean up your rubbish
#85 to #62 - anon (11/15/2012) [-]
If rubbish isn't cleaned up, the school is being maintained pretty poorly. My high school janitor regularly spent half his day shooting the breeze with teachers who had a free period.
#56 to #54 - buriedstpatrick ONLINE (11/15/2012) [-]
Still, leaving a classroom like this...

Gotta' have a little respect for the guy doing the dirty business.
User avatar #58 to #56 - sealofapproval (11/15/2012) [-]
well i dont go to school in detroit so this ^ never happens
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#84 - Dakafal (11/15/2012) [-]
Seriously. The "choose which answer is most correct" ones have pissed me off all of my educational life. They almost always come down to something that is at least semi-opinionated, and that is ******** . I'm not mad because I get them wrong, I'm mad because someone thinks that you can make an opinionated question with right or wrong answers. And every time we took the state standardized tests, those were the only questions I would ever miss in the Reading sections.
/end rant
#67 - frodr (11/15/2012) [-]
Is this a joke? There are valid reasons for 90% of what she told you to do in this comic.

1- looking it up in the dictionary will make you engage with the word, dus helping you remember. (Plus it's not that ******* hard to find a word even if you don't know the spelling)

2- Books generally ARE more reliable than the internet because of the revision process most authors undergo before publishing. The internet will tell you the USSR is fish.

3- Class attendance is a school policy which must be upheld by the teacher regardless of what she does with her class period, and it's a good habit to develop anyways.

4- Cleanliness is important, when you ACTUALLY work, you will find out that a neat work environment makes working a hell of a lot easier. The janitor has enough of a load cleaning the entire school, emptying garbage cans, and a lot of other things he needs to get done for near minimum wage. Do you really think he could get his job done if every classroom was trashed?

5- Teachers teach you a concept and you are evaluated based on your knowledge of that concept. Many higher level courses rely on a building of an elementary level concept which if you don't understand will completely **** you.

6- I can kind of give you that one, but remember, she's a worker with a boss as well. She's time restricted and chances are that if she went lightning fast through them, they are either not that important, or you can receive a copy of the presentation.

7- I don't even feel like entertaining this one.. Finding the most correct answer in a group of answers is a test of knowledge, you're just dumb or don't know the material if you can't choose the right one.
User avatar #71 to #67 - cupcakedevourer (11/15/2012) [-]
User avatar #68 to #67 - frodr (11/15/2012) [-]
8- TEACHERS ARE PEOPLE TOO. **** . They have a life, kids, etc. They have their own deadlines and I promise you it's not the next ******* day. Chill the **** out.

9- I'm getting annoyed at stating the obvious. An essay at the end of an exam is evaluated more leniently than a finalized paper would be. Exam writing is a test of both knowledge and ability to write.

10- ...If you understand the hard one, the easier one will come much quicker to you. This is a simple teaching method. Plus, learning hard concepts would be better if you're planning on taking a higher level of that course.

11- I'm so ******* sorry your teacher isn't a robotic cyborg who executes everything with extreme precision. If she has time to correct it she will most likely give you extra time or the test doesn't require that much time if you ACTUALLY KNOW YOUR **** .

If any of this **** is actually hard for you to understand, you will miserably fail in college. This is the rant of an immature high school student. Once you get in the real world and start studying, working, and maturing, you'll understand these simple concepts. Sure, some teachers go about it the wrong way but they are people just like you and me and you can always talk with your counselor if it's something truly out of hand.
User avatar #79 to #68 - sketchysketchist ONLINE (11/15/2012) [-]
But My jimmies have still been rustled.
#1 - minutes (11/14/2012) [-]
mfw i tell my teacher i dont understand the task while doing it, she doesnt explain it and picks me anyways.
mfw i tell my teacher i dont understand the task while doing it, she doesnt explain it and picks me anyways.
#2 - recoveryone (11/15/2012) [-]
On the topic of essays, you can make a typed essay appear to be longer by changing the size of the periods from 12pt font, to 14pt font. It will not make a massive difference on a short essay, but on larger ones, the effects will add up(from a 17 page essay, to a 20 page essay by doing this).
#13 to #2 - jakeattack ONLINE (11/15/2012) [-]
true but at my school having the font at 12 pts will lose you points in English class and she will probably will know and deduct points for not having a long enough paper
User avatar #24 to #13 - recoveryone (11/15/2012) [-]
Doesn't have to be 12pt font, essentially, use any size of font, but make the periods a larger size.(ie: 10pt words, 12pt periods)
#94 to #24 - jakeattack ONLINE (11/15/2012) [-]
sorry i was a up late posting that and wasn't clear. i meant NOT having 12 pt font is what they deduct points for, and i didnt see that you said only periods i thought you said just make the whole thing bigger. wont the larger periods be noticeable though?
User avatar #95 to #94 - recoveryone (11/16/2012) [-]
You really think teachers pay that much attention to the papers they read?
#96 to #95 - jakeattack ONLINE (11/16/2012) [-]
i know so from expirience at my school well in my high school specially my English teacher shes a bitch
#80 - pedogod (11/15/2012) [-]
mfw #5
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