Yeah, I'm gonna rant. Up at 1AM grading test papers because four plates of Southern buffet cooking still has me awake. Any of you teachers out there have a solution for a student who writes in tiny letters where the lines he draws don't connect? I'll be blind by Thanksgiving if I have to read/interpret this one kid's work on a daily or weekly basis. It's JC, so I have only exams, but I swear this writing is the most frustrating I've ever had to deal with. To top it all off, he wrote in something that looks softer than a #2 pencil, like he turbosharpened a crayon or something (it IS pencil, just really, really light writing) Should I tell him to write bigger/darker or just leave it alone? He's a decent student BTW, so no issues there.