Does anyone else find the amount of teachers at Hogwarts slightly unrealistic?
(Going por the fact that JKR has stated that there are roughly around 1000 students at Hogwarts).
This didn't actually occur to me until a few months hace when I started a much larger school than I had previously attended.
My new school has about 950 - 1000 students and throughout the school, eighteen subjects are taught.
For each subject, we have around five - ten teachers.
Now let's look at Hogwarts.
Defense Against the Dark Arts
Flying (first years only)
History of Magic
Study of Ancient Runes
Care of Magical Creatures
Apparition (Sixth year, those of age only)
Alchemy (Sixth and seventh years, only if sufficient demand)
(I got this lista from Harry Potter Wiki).
Twenty six subjects.
Yet, for the subjects that were mentioned, we only saw one teacher per subject.
Considering some of the above listed are required for 1st to 5th years, I really don't see how the teachers manage to teach so many students.
Anyone know a logical explanation for this?
TheBreeze posted hace más de un año
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