One of the most tiring days ever.
I went to class as per usual. The professor decided to give out 5 case studies at once and 2 of them had to be done in class. I'm not sure what prompt this, but whatever it was, he didn't look so happy.
There were rumours going around that she was not at all happy with the exam papers. I thought that professors don't really care about students because it's our money we're wasting if we had to retake the class, but apparently, some professors get really offended if students get low marks.
I'm guessing it has something to do with how much they get paid? Who knows...
As for me, I immediately got down to business because I had to rush to the office as soon as possible. Luckily, the case studies weren't as hard as I expected and finished quite fast.
When I handed the papers in, the professor gave me a mean look, and decided to grade it on the spot. Maybe because she thought I randomly answered the questions? She took about 10 to 15 minutes to grade it. When she was done, she eyed me curiously, and started asking me a bunch of questions. Of course, I couldn't say "I'm sorry can we talk about this another time because I wanted to get out of our class as soon as possible and head off to the office"
She asked me if I had any work experience because my answers were quite detailed. So I answered her honestly. The conversation went on for about 10 more minutes before she finally let me off. I rushed to the office to finish were I left off yesterday.
I didn't get home until 10:15pm. At this rate, I don't know why I refused to take any night lessons.