So my physics professor is around 68 and his grading methods drive us all up the walls. He's very old school and it seems as though he will pick one person a class and give them the A. His grading methods change from test to test so we never know how to present the material. In one test he'll take off points for not explicitly stating where an equation came from or why we know the information that is written. and then when you do that on another test he'll take off points for having now "unnecessary" material and not presenting it in a professional manner. Does this seem fair to anyone?