Just heard that the academic class schedules were given to the Plebes very recently. Let the gnashing of teeth begin as the dark ages are upon us all (plebes and parents alike). I'm looking forward to the November break but keeping one eye open and focused on the dark ages. Makes me wonder about all the chatter earlier this year about Physics and Calc II being the Plebe Killers. You know stuff like this one Physics professor failed 2/3rds of his class. I do dare to revive this conversation, since I find it better to face the storm prepared rather than to be reacting to the storm as it hits. Any thoughts on what the plebes can do to get ready for the dark ages? I know they are on their own, but they do rely on parents for encouragement from time to time. I do not think I'd like to be the plebe scheduled for Physics with the Prof who fails 67% of his class. Was this just a rumor? Its just hard for me to believe only 33% of our nation's brightest young people can pass any single class. That seems like a statistic more befitting of NAVY SEAL School.