Today I took the final exam for my 5th master's class, Discrete Optimization.
In that class there were 5 tests, on which I earned 4 A's and a B. My homework scores were in the 90%+/- range (I don't want to look them all up) and were worth as much as one test. The final exam was worth two tests, and I'm thinking I probably got a B (maybe a high B?!) on it.
How will it all come out in the end? No telling until the fat lady sings. I'm pretty sure I got either an A or a B in the course. Either way (and I hope it's an A!), I enjoyed learning this material more than I can recall ever enjoying a math class before. Would that in itself make a B "worth it"? The grade is irrelevant to how much I enjoyed the class :-)
I've completed 5 of the 10 classes for my Master of Arts in Teaching Math degree. Now I'm free till mid-January, when I start History of Mathematics.