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Have you ever taken a test that you thought you aced and you ended up bombing it?

clightfield24clightfield24 Registered User Posts: 118 Junior Member
For context, I am in Honors Calculus A. I passed the AP exam for Calc AB, so the material is all review. I studied every practice problem and homework assignment and redid every question. When I got to the test, I flew through it and estimated that I got around a 90% after a few mistakes (I knew I had a few wrong). Most of it I didn't even have to think about, I just flew straight through it.

I ended up getting a 66%.

Has this ever happened to any of you?

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