# I'm worried I missed a bubble and got the rest wrong

<p>Since I didn't have the time to go back and check my work for some sections :(</p>

<p>everyone secretly has this fear</p>

<p>lol ya I have this fear as well</p>

<p>i have that fear when other people tell me they have that fear.. damn you!</p>

<p>That ALWAYS happens to me. Lmao. Except it's always on tests for history and english.</p>

<p>i'm scared of this all the time, though at the end of the test, you would've found out since you would finish 1 bubble before the last bubble.</p>

<p>Can hand scoring solve the problem?</p>

<p>If you realize this before you leave the test room, I believe there's something you can fill out from your proctor that will explain your problem and then it will be handscored as long as your problem described matches up with what exactly happened (i.e. missing one of the bubble lines)</p>

<p>I read it somewhere on CollegeBoard.com, search around.</p>

<p>OMG now im worried</p>

<p>well, you can't change the past now
;)</p>

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i'm scared of this all the time, though at the end of the test, you would've found out since you would finish 1 bubble before the last bubble.

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<p>Exactly. If you messed up bubbling, you should've caught yourself because you would've run out of bubbles or had one extra. Don't fret!</p>

<p>Believe it or not, I actually did this - - though it was about 25 years ago, lol.</p>

<p>Took SAT, did pretty good. Wanted to do better. Really worked on reviewing math. On my second SAT, my math score DROPPED 90 points! Verbal went up by about 40.</p>

<p>So. . . I had to take it again. this time math went up 100 points, 10 more than the first time. Verbal went up another 40 or so.</p>

<p>I got into all colleges I appied to, got a full scholarship (ROTC) and went to an Ivy league school. </p>

<p>So chill out. Even if this happens you can recover. And just so you know. I was in a big baby boomer population bubble. Things were very competative for my year of admission.</p>