PantyGnawer wrote:I had a chemistry teacher in college that would make the question the answer, and all the answer choices the questions (usually number problems), such that you couldn't just work out the problem, but had to work out the problems for each answer choice and figure out which one matched the question. He didn't fuck around with A to E he went straight for A to G (he couldn't use bubble sheets because of this but didn't mind grading them by hand because he got off on the torture that this caused us). Moreover he loved making the problems such that two would both give the right answer and included answers such as "A and b" "A and c" "B and D". It made it such that you would have to calculate 4 or 5 equations just to find the right answer to one problem. I never got more than halfway through one of his tests. I dropped out, retook it the next semester with a better teacher and aced the class.

Somehow I get a very "Luke, I'm your father" feeling from that story...

~E.