I need your help, fellow TBer's(preferably adults) Here is the situation: I took a regular sociology class because I had to for my major(Psychology). I'm not sure if any of you are familiar with WEBCT or not, but the way this program works is it lets you take quizzes online. The professor gives us 3 chances per quiz and it is open note. I read very, very fast. Extremely fast. I can read faster than any person I have met. I also have a great memory. Now on this quiz, the first time I went through and skimmed the chapter; I got 22/26 questions right in 22 minutes. Then I looked at my results and saw the four questions I had trouble with. The second time I went through, I remembered which 4 questions it was and spent time trying to find the answers to those 4. This time I finished with 24/26 right in 13 minutes. Now here's the problem: I only had 2 questions wrong for the 3rd time I took it! I read all the questions at light speed, being a doofus, and then spent minimal time on the 2 remaining questions I had missed because I had looked over my notes and the book before I took it the third time. The time I spent on the last two was just considering which answer I should choose and why they had been wrong last time. I finished the 3rd time in just over 3 minutes Now, the professor can look at my overall time and the time I spent per question. I checked my time and I had answered some of the questions in 5 or 4 seconds. I'm positive he's going to think that I wrote down all the correct answers to it and then plugged them back in without even reading the question! He said that if anybody in the class had "amazing" results like that he would flunk them, and I forgot about that until I finished the quiz. What do I say/how do I convince him that I'm not a cheater?