Fuck Essays. . nun roman TO sum ( Etheir, l' l" i' mu mum at mm In EDEN] ''. I always my way into an A on those things. It's amazing how far cliche and quoting can get you. Fuck Essays nun roman TO sum ( Etheir l' l" i' mu mum at mm In EDEN] '' I always my way into an A on those things It's amazing how far cliche and quoting can get you
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #6 - thechosentroll
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I always ******** my way into an A on those things. It's amazing how far cliche ******** and quoting can get you.
User avatar #19 to #6 - DisgruntledTomato
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lol you try doing a level History and that technique would get you intense bodyloveed harder than sasha grey
User avatar #20 to #19 - thechosentroll
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Good thing I fu­cking hate history, then.
User avatar #21 to #20 - DisgruntledTomato
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It's our best teacher, why the hate?
User avatar #22 to #21 - thechosentroll
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I have digestive end product memory when it comes to names and numbers (especially dates), so I've naturally had problems with history all my life. I don't hate history, as in the studying of oldass stuff. I hate the school subject.
User avatar #32 to #22 - EdwardNigma
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I did too, as a kid. I was always good with dates and times, but the s­hit they taught in primary school was the worst. "HEY KIDS, WANNA LEARN SOME HISTORY?" "HELL YEAH." "OKAY, HERES 3 PAGES OF digestive end product ABOUT ROMAN FUC­KING BATHHOUSES." Like anyone GIVES a sh­it, thats stuff that is just mentioned and done in 2 sentences, then you go on you're way. You don't need that much info about that. No kid cares about a house they will never see that never had anything interesting happen in it, or how the Romans scrubbed off the blood of filthy barbarians at the end of the day.

And yet, I want to be a historian.
I will make people interested in history if it kills me.
"HEY. We all know LEONARDO DA VINCI, right? Well did you know that motherfu­cker was also the mastermind behind inventions such as FUC­KING TANKS AND SCUBA GEAR? GET you're AS­S INTO THIS MUSEUM RIGHT GO­D DAM­N NOW AND CHECK THIS SH­IT OUT."
User avatar #24 to #22 - DisgruntledTomato
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Fair enough, if you ever feel like it, watch this www.youtube.com/watch?v=Me7vZ1qes8k. A brief video on the Russian Revolution, it's damn interesting if you want to learn something new.
User avatar #23 to #22 - thechosentroll
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I hate these word filters.
#13 to #6 - anon id: fe0ebd7a
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quoting is frowned upon in uni mate, have a good life @ McDonald's
#14 to #6 - anon id: 3e6b80c0
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hahahaahaha anon rekt you're digestive end product
hahaha enjoy mcdonalds, you fuking retard!

hahaahahahahaa
#16 to #14 - anon id: 3e6b80c0
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btw word filters are f u cking g a y, ad.min you a.sshole

funnay maymay XDDDDD


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#17 to #6 - mctwilight
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your right. The ones who got A's in my AP Literature class were always the people who wrote unoriginal essays.    
   
As long as it's written alright and the teacher admires the topic, which would probably be something endearing like "we should help the poor", the essay would get a B at the least.
your right. The ones who got A's in my AP Literature class were always the people who wrote unoriginal essays.

As long as it's written alright and the teacher admires the topic, which would probably be something endearing like "we should help the poor", the essay would get a B at the least.

User avatar #18 to #17 - thechosentroll
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Yup. That's how the education system works. When I write a glorious and original essay full of thought and effort, I get a C. When I just rewrite the teachers notes and quote some digestive end product, I get an A. They really don't encourage originality.
#7 - goseikiba
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In college, it's like you either choose 3 hour tedious labs every week or write tedious essays every week.
#9 to #7 - unholyjebus
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It's almost as if they want you to... LEARN!
It's almost as if they want you to... LEARN!
User avatar #12 to #9 - collateraldamageco
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doing mindless writing for 8 hours straight is a digestive end productty way to learn
User avatar #31 to #12 - leonhardt
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If it's truly "mindless" then don't expect to pass, idiot.
User avatar #34 to #31 - collateraldamageco
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Well I've already passed and gotten a degree doing a lot of mindless work
why do you sound so butthurt?
#35 to #34 - anon id: a9429379
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>Gets called an idiot for raging about having to do schoolwork
>"HURRR LOL Y UR SO intense bodyloveING BUTTHURT xD"

Project harder, loser.
User avatar #36 to #35 - collateraldamageco
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was school too hard for you and you failed or had to drop out or something? I honestly don't understand why you are so upset
User avatar #44 to #7 - Encarna
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My friend who was doing a degree in physics said the lab reports were tedious like you say but necessary, are you sure they were pointless?
#28 - andovaredoras
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I have about one week to: 1) Make a 4000 word essay
2) Make 4 portraits with acrylic paint
3) Write two 1200 word essays for language courses
4) Write some science experiment reports

fml, i wasted the other 4 weeks i had by mostly going to FJ and by playing games.
User avatar #40 to #28 - itrooztrooperdown
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Isn't it like July?

Do people in Australia not have summer holydays? Do they have them on winter? I never asked.
User avatar #51 to #40 - andovaredoras
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Actually i have like a month until school starts again, but i will be going abroad on a trip in one week. And ill be back about 4 days before school starts.
User avatar #41 to #28 - thebaseballexpert
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>paint entire canvas red
>"it represents my anger toward the crushing wieght the education system throws upon us all"
>get A, get money, acquire not so good ladyes
User avatar #46 to #41 - hazardpay
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. . . that sounds like bulldigestive end product. But its bulldigestive end product that i can get behind! If you feel daring try that to save time
#45 to #28 - hazardpay
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dude, I'm a pro procrastinator, i may not have had the amount of work you had, but i did 2 weeks worth of culinary college restaurant pricing, costing, menu creating, and banquet organizing for a project in one night, all the while getting distracted by FJ and youtube so really 3 hours. here's what you do bro: Day 1 spend 6 hours on the 4000 word essay, dont stop til that not so good lady is done, and then do an acrylic portrait or atleast start it. Day 2 work on all the portraits, like all intense bodyloveing day til its night if you can. Day 3 Finish the other 3 portraits and start on the 2 1200 word essays, hopefully finish them as well. Day 4 finish the 1200 word essays and work on the science reports. Day 5 finish the science reports. Bite size work portions Bro and you got 2 extra days for delays other digestive end product that may pop up. You got this bro. Day after turning it all in Make this intense bodyloveing face as you battlecry of sucessful procrastination work week
#47 to #28 - anon id: 09eeeab7
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IB?
#38 to #28 - sjrigney
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YFW your still on FJ
#42 - Ganifromholland
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Did this for about 5 years now.
Still no failed classes
User avatar #5 - hymncz
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The thing that most people don't understand about this is that.

1. The grader for the final test understands that the essay is being done under time constraint. The graders are more lenient in marking, not in the sense where they ignore you're error but rather they give marks easier for simple answer.

2. Essay given with a lengthy due date are mark more strictly. The grader will also be likely to compare the overall quality of not only you'res, but the papers of other student as well. So if you're class has many good student, the marking standard is raised. The last 5% of the essay is normally given if you can add some spark to you're essay, something profound or impressionable.

Source: My lecturer
#8 to #5 - Bacabed
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Also, don't forget length. In class my teachers only expect 2-4 pages on an essay written for a test, I haven't had anything under 8 pages for a take home since I started college.
#10 to #5 - anon id: 9e253c11
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nobody didn't understand that.
#25 to #5 - anon id: 606736ef
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"you're'es"
"you're'es"
User avatar #26 - delphine
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This is why I teach at a private Montessori school. There are no tests, and the teachers will teach what the students want to learn. My kids are all very inquisitive and eager to learn and learn how to be self-motivated. The focus is on the learning growth and the journey, not on the product or end result.
User avatar #27 to #26 - lordogames
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This sounds exactly like how the school system SHOULD be. What it is right now is disgusting.
#30 to #27 - anon id: a9429379
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Yeah, and just let the subhuman admins and illegal mexicans leave who have no desire to be there remain stupid and violent, right? Great idea, faglord.
It doesn't work that way because it can't work that way. It might be nice for a private school where only rich, intelligent white people, but public school has to deal with millions and millions of backpassage kids who don't want to be there.

So what's you're solution for that? You seem to know exactly how things should be, so tell me how.
User avatar #53 to #30 - delphine
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1. I agree that not all schools should be like a montessori school. I love working there, but it would not work for every child. It is only a good school for those kids who end up being held back in regular schools because they're too smart and have to slow down while they wait for their peers to "get it". A montessori school allows children to learn at their own pace, so I have some third graders who are doing complicated math problems that they might not learn until 5th grade in a public school. It's a good school for nerds.

2. Only 1/3 of my students are white. Most of them are Indian, and a few are Asian and Latino and Middle Eastern. Way to be racist and assume all private school kids are white.

3. And a lot of the families are middle class, they just value their childrens' learning and want them to get the best possible education. Some families buy expensive cars, some take vacations, some put their kids in private schools.

4. The greatest indicator of future success in a child is not wealth (though that is unfortunately a factor) but how much their parents care about education.

For example, my grandfather grew up piss-poor because he had an alcoholic father that drank their money away, and would come home drunk and beat the crap out of him and his four other kids. Grandpa's mother made sure he did his school work and stay ahead, and eventually my grandpa became a successful attorney.
User avatar #39 to #30 - lordogames
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And you think that yelling at the kids who don't want to be there is gonna make them want to be there more? If you actually intense bodyloveing care about the students then they'll actually do something in their life. The reason people don't like school is because teachers are, a good portion of the time, backpassages. It makes sense to yell at you when your 7 in 2nd grade being told to be quiet during a presentation or some digestive end product. But in high school they just yell at you for doing anything they dislike in any way. (like I said, large portion, not all) Help the student. Not tell him to put his phone away 10 times. MAKE SURE he succeeds. Don't let him fall flat because of a bulldigestive end product test. your an anon anyways so what does it matter replying?
#29 to #26 - anon id: e806e11b
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But how would students know what they need to learn (although I guess it depends on the level), like I'm in college preparing to go to med school and at first I was like "intense bodylove research" (most med schools want to see research) but now that I've done it, I'm actually happy for the experience.
User avatar #33 to #26 - leonhardt
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That's all nice and well for a school for wealthy white people, but ghetto blacks and mexicans still have to go so they're not eternally stupid and can actually be productive members of society.
User avatar #52 to #33 - delphine
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And last two years I taught at an inner city school where 90% of my students lived in extreme poverty. A montessori school would not be good for them, because they needed more structure and firm expectations. Some of those students were self-motivated and driven, and those are the kids who will end up picking themselves up out of the dirt like my grandparents did. The greatest determining factor as to whether children succeed or not is not wealth (though that is unfortunately still a factor) but it is how much parents care and are involved in their childrens' education.

And only 1/3 of my students are white, the rest are Indian, Latino, Asian, black. Hell, I'm not even 100% white. Way to be racist and assume all private school kids are white.
User avatar #50 to #26 - thefrozen
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I went to a Montessori private school about 3 years back, probably one of the best schools for some students but I never learned to multiply there from grades 1-3 and in grade 4 I finally learned when I switched to a traditional private school.
#15 - redstonealchemist
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not so good lady please.   
> english class   
> year 9   
> age 14  held back a year because switching schools halfway through the year    
> get essay that's intense bodyloveing bulldigestive end product   
> do THREE TIMES the maximum necessary work   
> made 6 points when i needed 2   
> compared them in opposing pairs   
> and opposing triplets   
> and a whole intense bodyloveing A4 page summary about all six combined   
> got A intense bodyloveING PLUS  AND A GOD DAMN SMILEY FACE, MOTHERintense bodyloveER    
> mfw i put in extra effort to spite teacher i hated
not so good lady please.
> english class
> year 9
> age 14 held back a year because switching schools halfway through the year
> get essay that's intense bodyloveing bulldigestive end product
> do THREE TIMES the maximum necessary work
> made 6 points when i needed 2
> compared them in opposing pairs
> and opposing triplets
> and a whole intense bodyloveing A4 page summary about all six combined
> got A intense bodyloveING PLUS AND A GOD DAMN SMILEY FACE, MOTHERintense bodyloveER
> mfw i put in extra effort to spite teacher i hated
#11 - anon id: d588df5e
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wow op u r so rite, lawls, shool sux. Shut the intense bodylove up, moron. Obviously, exam essays aren't used to test the same things that essay assignments are used to test. God damn inbreds making these digestive end productposts and thumbing them up.
#4 - anon id: 384991bd
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#3 - anon id: e81c57ff
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I got 450 on my CAHSEE's writing portion. I wrote like, four sentences.
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