Worst professor you've ever had?

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  1. Kino

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    Who was the worst professor you've ever had? and what did they do to make them the worst?
     
  2. Wavybone
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    In grade 10 I had the fattest teacher you'd ever meet.. twice. He was a dick.
    Brutal marker, 1 test and 2 assignments the entire semester, and he gave me a bad mark :(
     
  3. Nicholas
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    Oh man, tough decision, but I think it goes to my macroeconomics professor. Nice guy but he was on tenure so he was an absolutely terrible professor. Never taught in class, he was more conversational and just kind of talked to us. always cancelled class on Friday to go play golf. He wrote the course textbook and didn't even know how to answer questions that we had on it. Only two grades the whole semester, the midterm and the final. Midterm was poorly made and the questions were absolutely horrid. The final LOL the final was 50 true/false questions.

    What a joke of a professor, though I would definitely go to the range with him and have a few brews lol.
     
  4. Matthew
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    I believe the worst experience I've had with a professor thus far came from a man who was so passionate about education that he became ineffective. This man taught a class titled Multicultural Problems in Society for education majors. While the class has relevant content behind it in theory, this man taught from societal values from the 50's. The value system he encouraged wasn't completely relevant with society today. This man also had several severe medical problems that created a lecture course with no student interaction. No learning took place in that class. It was so bad that they forced this man into retirement at age 78 and retired the course completely.
     

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