jazzhou wrote:So a lot of people have mentioned how it's nearly impossible to predict how you did based on how you feel after the exam. Is this true even if you've gotten feedback from your professors on your responses to their old exams? I don't feel great about most of my classes, but in at least one my professor was fairly upfront about where I stood relative to the rest of the class. I feel like I killed that exam but I'm still unsure about how to feel.
You can't kill the exam, all you can do is kill everyone else trying to take the same exam as you. How well you answer is irrelevant
. Your grade is literally an alphabetical representation of how good your exam is compared to the other exams people took, and nothing
Anything your prof said to you prior to you sitting and writing the exam is meaningless, because nothing counted until the moment you put pen to paper or finger to keyboard for the exam.