From: "Tilghman, Jarron I. (UMC-Student)" 
To: "Glaser, Rainer E." 
Subject: Group Dynamics Report
Date: Mon, 27 Nov 2000 22:44:54 -0600

Jarron I. Tilghman
Ryan P. Cole
Natisha Booker
Fiona Asigbee
Kanayo K. Okafor
April Betts

In retrospect, our experience as a Chem. 210 study group was a positive
one.  Each member was diligent about reading and comprehending the
material.  The most beneficial element in our working together, was
helping each other in the difficult task of grasping the logic behind
the problems and what not.  Although we used our time wisely (during
study sessions), we feel the presentation of the material on the
examinations impeded our progress; preventing us from obtaining our
desired grades.  Individually, we exceeded our ten hours of studying per
week and brought this knowledge to the group.  We are just one of
several groups who put forth this effort and yet the overall averages
were below your anticipated estimate.  This contradicts your philosophy
about collaborative group work assuring us of good grades.  We the
students are in dire need of a curve.

Best, 
J.R.N.F.K.A