I took linear algebra last fall, and it's my first math class since then. As such, I was a bit worried going into it. Eight problems. I went through the first six rather straightforwardly. However, two of the last three consumed much more time. I kind of started to freak out as I was aware time was getting short. I didn't even get to start the last problem because I ran out of time. If I had more time, I could have worked it correctly. We had about an hour and twenty minutes. I know that should be more than enough time; I'm just upset I didn't get to finish. I mentioned this to the professor in an email, but I doubt it'll be taken into any consideration. How do you professors out there look at a situation like this?