How students can best write reviews that rankle their professors: Satire

Students who have made major errors in class and are looking to release their frustration through a review on RateMyProfessors should ensure their review is high quality, writes Susan Muaddi Darraj in a satirical piece for Inside Higher Ed. Darraj provides a rubric with points for writing a review, which encourages students to have a clear purpose stated in all caps, conceal their identity in case they need to retake the class, and add irrelevant details such as a professor’s clothing style. Finally, Darraj says that students could suggest that the professor should retire: “That’ll really burn them up.” Inside Higher Ed Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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