Well as it stands, I've got an "A" so far in my World Civ course and an "A" (98.8) in my mathematics. The final hasn't been graded yet but even if I earn an 88 which is a B+ I'll still walk away with an "A" in the course. The math is complete, we finished early this term. I can't say enough good things about MyMathLab/CourseCompass which is a great learning tool for mathematics courses. Many professors nationwide are going to it for their courses and it's not just limited to math. I am happy to say we will be using it in my final mathematics in fall term!
What really sucks is I took my history exam via the new ANGEL system that many colleges are now using and that was last weekend, I still can't view my test scores and last I heard the instructor couldn't get the Angel techs to respond do him.
HELLO? This system SUCKS. It has from the very beginning. Why did we have to do away with WebCT? Why couldn't we just keep what we had which for the most part--worked. I think students have the right to know their test grades in a reasonable amount of time especially when the grading is automatic. It's not the professor's fault, he's doing everything he can, it's this stupid system.
There are times when technology sucks, this is one of them.