Milla.. from other thread... wrote:
He then ran through a couple of the questions as examples (won't cite them). Wrong. vocab-based and just wrong. He then mentioned a mouse question. Ambiguous. Presumed wrong. I drove home keeping hysteria in clear peripheral view; succeeded in not crashing car. Boy and mother still alive, in a physical sense anyway.
Reminds me of a similar conversation I had some time ago... this time was immediately after a Maths paper... all seemed lost... that question wrong... that question wrong.... many many months later... the result was completely the opposite. I guess the DCs remember the bad questions because they aren't that interested in the ones they got right.
Mellow/chill or explode.... you decide!
Hanging around here probably won't help