chuckbass wrote:PeanutsNJam wrote:sublime wrote:PeanutsNJam wrote:I find it lol that he allows you to either admit to being unprepared, or try and double down.
Yea, you will find that not uncommon though. A lot of profs allow you to do something like admit to being unprepared prior to class and take one absence, or if you get called on and are unprepared, you take two.
So are the "I didn't brief a single case and got A++++++" people lying bastards? Or is Greenfield the only one who says 8+ absences will drop your grade?
Other profs don't make you have briefs at the ready, and all have different attendance policies. I book briefed (underlined/took minimal notes in the margins) for all of my classes and that was more than enough for me generally, but I also wasn't trying too hard to be prepared for class or trying to nail cold calls.
this is good advice (for someone who didn't have greenfield). for the record, greenfield literally makes you hold up a paper print out of a brief, so, TCR= if you have greenfield , do a written brief, or hope that you're having a lucky day. book briefing will simply not work in his class.