The current class I'm taking is Discrete Optimization, and I'm probably enjoying this particular course more than I've ever joined any other math class. I love the topic--but there's so much to learn!
I turned the test in today highly confident of a great grade. It just occurred to me a few minutes ago, though, that one answer will probably get dinged because I wasn't detailed enough. The lack of detail was "duh!", but it's still important to justify the rest of what I wrote. If I were grading it I'd take points off; under pressure of a test, though, it just didn't occur to me to include that simple but important information.
Each test I've taken in this course my grade has gone down; I was on track to get 90% on this one. Right now I'm thinking that I'll be satisfied if I merely beat that.