I do know that many many people turned in their tests fairly quickly, after about twenty minutes. I know that I'm a fairly fast worker and I know I was nowhere near done after twenty minutes, so that leads me to believe that most of those people just realized they had no idea what they were doing on the test and turned it in unfinished. Which makes me think that a generous curve may possibly be in order.
I'm no longer perfect in that class, though. I got my homework back and I got a 21/22, because apparently I just decided I wasn't going to do one of the problems. Just completely skipped it. Not on purpose, because I couldn't understand it... but just because apparently a piece of lint distracted me and I became otherwise engaged. So now I'm sad because I don't have 100% or 100+% on every assignment. Booo.
For the first time, I didn't do my EduTech homework way early. It was due at 11 and I finished only slightly before that. This can be blamed on the fact that I had to see a flash image of the questions online, which couldn't be done at work (because silly me doesn't have flash on this computer). Plus I actually had to crack open the book to answer the questions, because we're finally easing out of the common sense realm.
I either analyze things too much or I'm a little obsessed with my journal. Probably both.