Where Dani writes about… just about everything!
We studied culture in my Sociology class, which the professor likened to “[trying to] tell a fish about water [because (he)'s so immersed in it, (he) doesn't understand it]“. And I found out that most of the students in my Life Span Growth & Development class failed the first test, which although I passed it I can kind of see why since she made a lot of the multiple choice answers ambiguous. But she gave us credit for the ones that almost everyone in the class missed, which is okay… and then, for some reason, when I look at my Scantron I realize that I was probably the only person in the class that got those questions right. Either I can read information really well, which is kind of true, or I’m just a good guesser… I think that it’s a bit of both. Yay for luck!
My friend and I were talking about professors and their testing methods earlier this morning, and we’re both people that for some reason tend to second-guess more on tests when we’ve attempted to cram in advance; if we browse our books and our notes about a week in advance before we actually take the quizzes or tests, we do much better. I’m glad to know I’m not alone!