Ok, not all professors are grumpy, and those that are are not so all the time. But I mean give me a break! Today I asked my prof. for my dynamics course about a certain question in the tutorial, and he replied "Do you go over your notes aat the end of the day?" To which I said no, as I usually do that over the weekend. He then started telling me how, that if I summarise and go over my notes everyday, ones' marks will go from 30% to 80%. He justified this remark by saying it had happened to a girl in a course he was lecturing, who got 20% in the mid-year exam to 80% in the final exam by following his advice. Now that's all good and fine, and I certainly believe him, but was he insinuating that I am stupid with that comment? I mean, I got eighty-something in the mid-year exams. And further, he was also helping out some other bunch of people who were stuck on the same problem, but he never made such a comment, and I had actually gotten further in the problem than them. So what's the deal, does he think I am stupid or not? Or just grumpy?