You don't seem to realize that you are at the front of the gaussian for probably several metrics of intelligence. It's not just unfair for you to be upset when someone isn't as smart or hardworking as you. It's kind of dumb.
It's like getting depressed each week about not winning the lottery.
And cutting yourself off and becoming an ivory-tower academic who hates teaching students isn't the way to go either. It's not about copying formulas; if these professors could communicate that intangible that made them passionate about physics in the first place, they'd capture more of the audience. Thus the saying, "education is not the filling of a bucket, but the lighting of a spark."
I'm sure you've browsed the past threads on the forum, seeing countless cases of ETS failing to send test scores, not including subject test scores, schools not sending transcripts that were ordered, recommenders missing deadlines, grad schools losing documents etc...
There's the rub. Why do you assume I should think it's reasonable to expect people to perform a routine task properly? Why do you think it's reasonable?
Liberal arts studies need to be marginalized. That by itself would work wonders for eliminating the people who only take classes because they are easy.
So do you believe that we should continue to offer degrees in subjects like "Liberal Arts"?
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