Do you think some professors are rude?

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zeldapsychology
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16 Sep 2012, 10:12 pm

I asked about one of my writing assignments and also about the Quiz 1 & 2 and what "Always Available meant" Here was her reply


If you read the Module 1 space/place writing assignment directions, you see that you are expected to discuss how the spaces and places you pass relate to crime. So, I think it makes sense to discuss the crime you saw at Walmart.

I'm not sure I understand the question about the quizzes. Quizzes 1 and 2 are open until September 20 at noon. Exam 1 opens September 21 at noon and closes September 22 at 11:59 PM. You must take it during those hours.


IMO she seems stern and harsh SHEESH! Another professor pointed me to the syllabus "follow directions" When I mention wanting to ask my sister for help another professor asked "What help would you ask them?

All my professors this semester seem rude in some way. Luckily I'm doing online classes so don't have to engage face to face. IMO I'm part way into the semester perhaps SCREW THEM and just focus on the course work and STOP asking questions and stuff. SHEESH!

Sometimes the rules/syllabus are confusing to understand SHEESH! :-( I don't like rude people! :-(



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16 Sep 2012, 10:19 pm

They are not rude. They are probably just wrong and confused because they may not know what they were trying to convey. What material are you studying and why are you studying it?



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16 Sep 2012, 10:23 pm

Criminal Justice. Uh the question of why is a weird one. I find killers fascinating. I believe in Olivander's quote from Harry Potter Voldemort did great things "terrible yes" but GREAT! I believe this of killers in reality. They done things that people would never imagine doing. I also think 2 steps ahead which would be a great quality in analyzing killers.



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17 Sep 2012, 1:26 am

I agree with sandcatsecond. They probably don't mean to be rude. Besides, if their response was written (I'm assuming it is) then it might just be hard to convey emotions through written word and they might end up sounding unintentionally harsh. Some professors are just be blunt, or maybe something else was bothering them.


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17 Sep 2012, 7:21 am

Professors can be rude, like any human. The text you provided here does not strike me as rude, just straightforward answers to your questions.



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18 Sep 2012, 2:04 am

I had to do a resit for an exam last week and when I gave my exam to the teachers one of them said that he disliked my pencraft, out of nowhere. The funny thing is I don't even know who this teacher was and I did not even ask him anything nor look at him. Also, the part he was looking at was a test that was written as quickly as possible and was then omitted (by two very clear perpendicular lines) and written properly in the following pages. Luckily, I don't care about it so it doesn't matter but it was still quite the insult especially because I didn't hear them say anything like this to any of the other students that were there.