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I am currently taking calculus II, and didn't do so hot on the midterm yesterday. I had to take the test on webassign(proctored). The instructor says partial credit will be given, but my webassign score was a 50%. I did not have a problem with the calculus involved, but the problems given were very computaionally intensive. For example::

I had a solid of revolutions problem y=-x^2+12x-35, so I made a mistake somewhere squaring that, I also had a partial fractions problem with a denominator of (x-1)^2(x^2+1), and somewhere in the 4 equation 4 variable system I made a mistake, and the list goes on.

I guess my question is, has anyone bombed a test solely due to computational errors. My mechanics in solving these problems were 100% correct, I guess I just had a bad day. I got an A in precalc and cal I, so this is my first bad expeiriance. I know some did pretty well on the test, now I am just wondering if I should rethink my major?

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