I remembered my request for the removal of the multiple choice section from the Knowledge Management exam. Instead, the students would be required to answer three essay questions rather than two.
On the day of the exam itself, I took a seat in the exam hall amongst the students. When I turned over the paper, I was shocked to discover that every essay question was about four densely-typed pages in length, and all concerned details (and somewhat impenetrable) plans to makeover an urban garden. I had no recollection of making this change. None of the students would be able to make any sense of this!
I saw a couple of the class members afterwards. ‘We’re meeting in the pub to celebrate the end of exams. You are not invited’ said a boy in the lift, pointedly.