William The Coroner’s Forensic Files

Monday, 6, December, 2010

Graduate School–Final Exam

Filed under: Forensics,Teaching — williamthecoroner @ 18:17

It’s over. The students are free. Always kind of a bittersweet time, but things must end, and if love something, set it free. If it doesn’t come back, hunt it down and chain it to the basement wall. Or something like that.

Anyway, they all did very well There were some problems, like remembering the volume of an intracranial hemorrhage that was fatal, or what Danny Greene did for a living. But the major information was retained–except for Sol, who forgot that Proof was 1/2 of 1% and a measure of alcohol concentration, so he gets made fun of in public. Neener. Neener.

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3 Comments »

  1. Well, another successful class down and XX more years to go, right?

    Comment by Old NFO — Tuesday, 7, December, 2010 @ 20:45 | Reply

  2. What if a student had defined “proof” as: “Higher-pressure ammunition designed to prove the safety of a given firearm.”

    Comment by Comrade Misfit — Wednesday, 8, December, 2010 @ 22:13 | Reply

    • I’dve probably bought it. However, I made a particular point of proof in the alcohol lecture. This question shows who was paying attention.

      Comment by williamthecoroner — Friday, 10, December, 2010 @ 19:58


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