on a report card. Me a 40 in math in 10th grade. You?
If memory serves I got a D in Nationalism (module of Politics course at Uni), which was rightly deserved, as I barely read any of the literature - and hated the course to begin with. You may wonder why I did it in the first place - that would be because I had little choice in the matter.
I got a D in a psychology class in college. I will never forget it because she had us present in every class and never taught, maybe not a bad tactic but she still wanted us to take a test over the book and instead of picking the main topics from the book she would pick questions like what size shoe did Johann wear when he was 10? She would also take off on essays for the wrong answer you gave and the missing answer you didn't meaning make sure you were correct or don't answer. I still hate that woman almost 10 years later.
I got an E in the first module of my biology AS, but I knew that was coming, and promptly dropped the subject. The one I was most disappointed in was a D in French GCSE, I was getting Bs and a couple of As for coursework and a B on the spoken exam, but it was because I worked really hard and put a lot of time into them; my teacher put me into the higher reading and writing exams thinking I was just being modest/had low self-esteem, and that I was actually pretty good at French and I totally bombed those exams and ended up with a D overall.
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