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“Shoot for an A because if you just shoot for a C and fall short, you are in trouble.” SE government instructor Darrell Castillo said while students do employ the strategy, they are not obsequious about it, and he can tell when he is being “buttered up” as he prefers to call it. Castillo, who once worked in the Reagan administration, said TCC teaches students in success seminars to get to know their professors, go by their offices and other strategies like that.He thinks those help prepare students for the real world.“I used to, like, kind of flirt with one of my English teachers,” he said.“I would ask her certain stuff to try to show an interest.” Both students agreed that they thought just hanging around, talking and asking questions after class help students earn a better grade.While some students employ schmoozing tactics to gain favor in class, instructors say they aren’t easily fooled.

“You know, you suck up to teachers all the time,” she said.

She said the tactic was easier to employ in high school, but at TCC, things are a bit more impersonal.

NE student John Teixeira had a rather creative strategy as well.

“Like play the stupid card, but don’t be stupid.” While some students employ schmoozing tactics to gain favor in class, instructors say they aren’t easily fooled.

Photo illustration by David Reid/The Collegian Teinert explained the strategy as simply acting like you don’t know exactly what to do.

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