However, if this dude actually knew the protocol for the Western for the current experiment along with where exactly the antibodies were in the fridge, I think I'd start worshiping him as a deity. Aye, I think theres a difference between dead on arguments and just asking a question. I'll be working on this. But we also note and applaud the scholar who tries their best. Fuller does; give him that. I talk to my professor all the time if I don't understand something or think he's wrong.
I'm glad they do this, really. My English Comp 101 professor did one the first day of class. Its all about getting the right message across about your credentials and interest without sounding pushy. If you feel you would like more work, ask! Lie more: Yes, the more you lie to your professor the better impact you will have on them. Still have to write my Top 10 List on How to Impress Your Students.
You should be bright in the sense of quickly comprehending what the professor will to enunciate rather than in the sense of outwitting professor. However, if you meet a professor you would really like to build a relationship with, show them that you care about their class and learning. When you begin asking the right questions and learning more about the topic than is necessary, your professor will be pleased. I also have to write a paper about the project I'm working on by the end of the summer, so better to get the research done with sooner, rather than later. Lack of perspective is one unfortunate consequence of the reality that most law students have little or no work experience.
When emailing a professor be sure to maintain correct grammar and spelling, be specific in your subject line, and use your university email. You want an A in my class? Don't miss the first day of class. Pay attention to details Among your academic responsibilities is staying informed. I draw lines with most people as to how far I take things. You may want to outdo yourself if your performance in the class is not otherwise stellar, and you want to be sure of at least one high grade. Her bibliography for each artist was about 10 times longer than that of anyone else in the class, and she included color photocopies of some of each artist's best-known works. You'll many professors and frankly, even perturb your peers.
Then you sound like a law student who might interview well with big law firms. Are you going to demand that clients re-scan documents for you, provide you extra copies, and call you the night before every major deadline in your case? I am a millennial and proud to have grown up in such a tech-savvy era. What matters is how you take it. I broke an input to muon detector gas chamber once by putting too much pressure in. Asking questions or making a comment in a class of strangers can be intimidating — I get it. But if you understand the material so well that your attention is unnecessary, at least feign attention. Usually it isn't, but then he explains to me why I am wrong, instead of just trying to figure it out on my own, or worse, constantly thinking I was right when I wasn't.
I was working in the dining hall, and though my shift technically ended at 12:30 and the class didn't start until 1, I was often left manning the station by myself until 12:45, sometimes even 1. The idea is to go so far above and beyond the requirements of a given assignment that the professor has little choice but to give you an A. It can be 10 weeks where you are in a lab and you do some odd tasks here and there and get out of work as soon as the whistle blows. I wonder if it's the same with professors and their students as it is with my thoughts on my past professors: a lot of them were decent, but only the really awesome and the really terrible still stick out. To package each volume, she used a three-inch-wide, three-ring binder with an elaborate indexing system. If you are gonna publish something in your own name I believe that if you see an obvious mistake you must share it with your professor.
Thus, don't try to pretend you know more than you do. If you take the time to interact with them, they will remember you. Am I mispronouncing your name? Want a bit of insurance that could positively influence a professor to give you a top grade? The more time and interest you invest in a class, the more a teacher is going to invest time and care into you and your academic success. I think those suggestions are all common sense. Clearly, some drawbacks can arise to going the extra mile; such excess can be both time-consuming and expensive. If you are asking them to do something you can do on your own, think again. I was approached by her due to my command, discipline, and initiative.
Before you meet: there's alot you can do before you meet! In fact they are always looking for talented students. Most professors are fairly understanding about those issues. Attending class should always be your priority. Impress his professor I must impress my professor Before it's too late! I'm glad you agree that technology in the classroom can be a source of frustration, especially when you've worked hard to create and deliver a message intended to advance your course objectives. One excellent example is Mnemonic that can be used to mentally multiply numbers at lightning speed. Read the group's old papers.