I think I bombed my first test!!

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    Oh my goodness I just finished taking a test on APIE, physical exam, abbreviations and nursing assessments and I feel horribly about how I did I have been doing so well on my tests so far. I might have done better than I thought but I don't feel it in my gut. I studied all weekend but when I looked at that test my brain said "you're on your own kid" I couldn't remember the difference b/w subjective and objective and I told myself last night that it was going to happen. I made up a way to remember and guess what I still forgot!! Before the test alot of my classmates were saying how nervous they were about the test and everybody just assumed they would fail. I didnt join in the pity party because I wanted to stay positive, well after that test I don't know how positive I can be. Guess I will just have to wait and see just needed to vent a bit.

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    Hang in there ..... a lot of us have been there/done that. Besides, you should try to pu it into perspective - it's only one test (was not a final, correct ???) It's over and done with, just learn from your mistakes and move on. (Easy for me to say, as I beat myself up over even great test results ). Am guessing you did better than you expect (is common, at least in my class...) Wishin' ya the best

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    i totally now how you feel i bomb a test to today i don't know what i got yet but i know i failed, i'm have to work extra hard on the next test and the final to make it up i understand the material i t just i didn't study well and my three month old son was very sick and up all night and all my great "support" bailed out on me oh well enough excuse i just hop i didn't bomb to bad, i got an 87 on the first test for this unit and i need to know my grade but for i start really worrying

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