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That's the difference between math/science/engineering & liberal arts classes. In the latter, three pages of inane nonsense is likely worth at least a B, if not an A.
But can anyone propose a solution to this problem? How can we actually maintain that "C" is truly average? Is government intervention necessary?
That is the most snobbish thing I've heard anyone said in sometime.
Good job turning the discussion from grade inflation to bashing the undergrads.
I'm not trying to defend them but I think anyone using anecdotal evidence to make generalized statements shouldn't feel any better about their intelligence.