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I know I should be asleep right now since I have college in the morning but....I just can't help staying up late playing games
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None, well, to be fair we procrastinated the first week, but unbeknownst to us he would be PILING on the work later on. Everyday I'd get home and complete four assignments for the guy, analyze txt for 20 independent literary words from a list. Then highlight how why and example for the whole thing. From there we were made to write a 2-page letter to celebrities, a normally 5-8 page analyses of an editorial article. Then there was the homework given by other teachers to do, ranging anywhere from 40 pre-cal questions, to chemistry worksheets. FURTHERMORE he would constantly require us to write full analysis/opinion based essays on multiple works, in 30 minutes. If we didn't include 5 literary bits, or fallow his strict format of HWE, he failed it, and we would be forced to re-write the whole thing properly and then write AGAIN about how our second paper was better then the first. We also had a chapter-reading quiz every day, it was normally 3 questions, 1 wrong answer and you made a 67, the questions were not from spark notes and could be taken from any part of the book's chapter. Constantly we would have a 30-page chapter, easy enough to read, but the fountain head, puddinhead wilson, and pride and prejudice were AGONIZING to interpret and remember every detail. To top it off, we have a 25-vocab 10-litterary term test every friday, the words were given to us monday. We had to locate the words on our own with no text book. We were given 10 minutes to take the test. That's 3 words a minute, you had to know the words like the back of your hand.
You can claim any bit of this is untrue, but it's not even the whole story…
All I can say is, sounds like shit. Glad I wasn't in that.
Good to hear I got my point across!