I had a final exam yesterday. It went alright -- there was just one part out of 18 that I couldn't do, but at least I had an attempt written down. I was pretty content with everything. That is until a short while ago when, for some unknown reason, I decided to pull out the exam paper and scan the questions again. That's when I noticed the second question, and I remembered that I hadn't written down my answers for parts (b) and (c) on my answer sheet!!! I solved them on the scrap paper that was provided, ticked them off, and quickly moved on, forgetting to officially write my solutions down! Then I guess I was trying too hard to solve the remaining problem that I ran out of time to double-check my work, and notice that I was missing 2 full parts in my answer sheet. Sad thing is, they weren't hard at all, but they're worth about 9% of my final course grade!!! (The exam was structured in a way that 1 mark on the exam corresponds to 1% of your course grade.) I was nailing the course coming into the final too. I was really expecting to end up with a high 90, but now there's no chance in hell I'll end up in the 90s, which is quite bad as this is a very important and detrimental course. I'm soooo ****ing bummed out now. Should I go speak with the prof tomorrow? (I have my scrap paper with me still.) Although he probably can't do a thing. Dammit all. Sorry for the rant. I just needed to vent.