Many years ago a medical student, president of his class, finished our course with a carefully computed rating of D. The rank was obviously in error, as wild a price mark as some of those at the nearest grocery. The mark did not match the man. With all its biases, immediate human judgment was a certain improvement on the mechanized alleged value.



evaluations, student ratings

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