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Can you sue the teacher and their teaching style if you fail or don't achieve the gr? Watch

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    grades we need to seal the deal with our conditional offers. They bear some of the responsibility for how well we are taught.
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    They'll have a solid counter argument in that you're clearly an idiot.
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    You have had a year to raise concerns about whether your are being provided with an adequate level of teaching. I would question why this is only being raised now.
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    no lol
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    Might as well sue every teacher in the country that didn't get their students A*s right?
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    No, they work incredibly hard to deliver lessons and if you can't put in the same (if not more) effort then you can't then blame them for not getting the grades.

    Whilst they do hold some responsibly. It's you that's getting the grade, you siting the exam and you getting the offer. So you have to take responsibility on that part too.
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    there are always other resources and ways to learn if your teacher wasn't the best/didn't suit... you won't get on well at uni if you can't take responsibility for yourself and your learning
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    It depends on whether you failed because the teacher couldn't teach properly (in which case why didn't you say something before you took an exam they didn't teach you for?) or because you couldn't be bothered to revise/work hard. So no, probably not
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    No because what works for you, might not work for everybody else. Your education is your responsibility. Teaching style is not a reason to even so much as complain. If they were not teaching you, then you could complain. However, on your shoulders does the pressure to achieve what you must, lie.
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    Can teachers sue the parents of all the ****wits they have to deal with?
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    no...maybe you should report them to ur head teacher
 
 
 
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