Despite best advice I had a look at the (notorious? ) “Rate My Teacher” web site. I was disappointed, there were few teachers listed and fewer comments. There were no entries for me. Of those comments I did read, several were complementary, some were clearly written by people of low intelligence and in a few cases the comments were malicious. Ratings can be carried out anonymously so I cannot take the site seriously. I wonder if rate my boss is any better?
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