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Your friend Helen is having difficulty with one of her professors. She feels her comments are dismissed in class and that the marks she receives are less than what she deserves. She also says that this professor favours the male students and is often condescending to the female students. Helen says she plans to go to rankmyprof.com and post exactly what she thinks of this professor.
What advice would you give to Helen?CorrectIncorrect
Helen decides to focus her energy on her major, biology. She has been doing some research on her own time and is thinking of publishing in an open journal, rather than a journal that is peer reviewed. She asks for your advice on this issue.CorrectIncorrect