I'm taking Gen. Chem. 2 right now and it's being taught by this newly minted professor. I mean the guy just got his PhD last december. So, we just took our first midterm and I got an 85% which I'm happy with. Granted it would have been great to get a 100 like some of the other people, but nevertheless I'm happy. So today, he shows the score distribution on the board and I looks like your standard bell curve. Then, he gets into how he's going to do the curve for the class. He points to 85 and says that's going to be an A, then to 65 and says, that's a B, then he points to 46 and says those are C's, at which point the entire class erupts into cheers. More reasons why I enjoy this class: He's young and new, so he's still excited to teach and has a great attitude about it. He loves doing experiments for the class, and is not scared to try some of the more crazy stunts, i.e. blowing things up. Plus, the material is gone over more slowly and not rushed slide after slide. All in all, one of the best teachers I've ever had.