Best, worst or most ironic student evaluations

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ms_turtle:
"I could study all night and still fail."

phlegmatic_affect:
My favorite comment relevant to the class:
"This is the first class I have taken in a very long time where I felt the standards for student work were higher than those of high school and I am probably a better student for it."

My favorite comment overall (in response to the "what could you have done to be a better learner?" prompt on the standard eval form):
"What could you have done to write a better questionnaire?"

opsman:
From a colleague's evaluation in answer to the standard prompt, "What went well in the class?"

"No one died."

blackadder:
Quote from: opsman on January 27, 2013,  5:57:56 PM

From a colleague's evaluation in answer to the standard prompt, "What went well in the class?"

"No one died."

Some of the people I work with have said that at the end of the day about their hospital practicum sections. Beware the Teaching Hospital! ;)

ironproffen:
I've probably shared this one before, but...

In response to a standard question about instructor weaknesses or areas of improvement: "Kryptonite"


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