Ah! Just came back from my exam in "Philosophy of Religion" and it was by far the easiest exam I have ever taken at the university level. It was much, much easier than the exams for the first year courses back home. The whole thing was a joke.

It also happened to be my first (and hopefully only) multiple choice exam in philosophy. The first two exams in this course were essay-based. However, the professor decided to make this one multiple-choice because (and I quote verbatim) "based on what I saw in the first two exams, a great many of you seem to be unable to form coherent sentences...".

Wow. And this is a third year philosophy course. And it's not like we're talking about writing in Ancient Greek or Golden-Age Latin. This is contemporary North-American English. Hello? How do these people survive in the real world, never mind academia?