Hi, I need some feedback. Our professor in Algebriac Structures just administered our 1st exam last week. We have covered 7 sections in the book and the amount of material is just daunting. All of the proofs, plus the notes, plus the homework. Before the exam, he listed off the things that he was going to focus on in the exam. I did my study for the exam based on what he said to focus on. (proofs to know, types of problems) The exam wasn't what he told us it would be...not at all. I was thinking about dropping the class because I've never done so poorly on an exam (67). I'm not sure if I should approach him with this, and if I did, I don't know what to say. Our homework is supposed to count for 75 total points, but every time I try to hand it in he says he doesn't want it. He didn't give back the homework he took up in week 3 and he told another student he couldn't find it. Should I say anything at all? How should I handle this? Needless to say, I am a little intimidated by him and I don't want to make the situation worse. HELP!