Student Earns Whole Class a Perfect Score on Chemistry with Epic Paper Ball Toss

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Date: September 8th, 2016

ohioOhio – An Ohio State University student became the most popular kid in school last week after winning his whole class a perfect score on their first chemistry quiz with an amazing paper ball toss.

Every year, Dr. Christopher Callam, an organic chemistry professor at Ohio State University, gives his whole class a chance to ace their first quiz without even studying.

He’s apparently a very hands on kind of guy who likes to demonstrate how chemistry works. To help his students better understand acid base chemistry and proton donors and acceptors, he throws a paper ball in to the crowd and if the person who catches it can toss it all across the class and into the trash can, he gives everyone a perfect score on the quiz.  More

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4 Responses to “Student Earns Whole Class a Perfect Score on Chemistry with Epic Paper Ball Toss”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    Nice shot! But I hope the quiz they all passed won’t be a large percentage of their final grade

  2. Anonymous Says:

    The quiz is worth 3% of their total grade

  3. Anonymous Says:

    this passes for “teaching” in a liberal world….?!?

  4. Anonymous Says:

    A miss should get the whole class a zero for the day.

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