Actually I don't really hate school, so this is a little challenging for me.
When I pay to go to school I want to learn. Trying to learn from someone who cannot remember what class they are teaching, or where the classroom is can be very frustrating. I WILL say that this has also turned to my advantage when one professor of mine came and told me he had lot my paper and so he would give me an "A" because it happened to him "all the time" and he could not fault me for it. I took that "A" grade and never did write the paper!
This is really an extension of #4. I have taken stats. I understand the curve. I know why it exists and I am STILL not convinced that anyone, ANYtime should be graded on the curve. I know grade inflation exists, and it is unfortunate.There are ways to control grade inflation that have a lot to do with professors and little to do with students. But if everyone in the class does equally well on an exam then there is no reason for some of those people to get a better grade - or worse grade than others.
8. Stupid questions.
9. Clothes shopping.
The whole notion of getting new clothing for school is something I veto. I hate clothing shopping at any time. Wearing a school uniform in elementary school was one of my all time favorite things. In addition to always knowing exactly what I was wearing to school, I never had to deal with issues of coolnesss, trendiness etc. Translation: I was not a complete nerd in the way I dressed until high school.
10. Public washrooms. Enough said.