One thing that kind of bothers me about being in the Library Science program is that this field is full of people who worry about every detail! I know that I'm a very detail-oriented person & that drives some people crazy, but I'm not as bad as some. Why do some of the other students have to keep asking the instructor exactly how something needs to be done? If it wasn't stated in the assignment instructions to do it a certain way, the instructor probably is not that concerned about it. If you try to make it sound more complicated than it needs to be, what will that mean for the rest of us? In many cases I already finished the assignment & turned it in, so I don't want to think maybe I did it wrong. Just follow the directions & then don't worry about it.
It is unlikely (but not impossible) that anyone in my classes will ever read this, but I had to get it off my chest.