There is nothing like the sinking feeling of having ten minutes left and realizing you have filled up the page limit with a pretty darn good analysis of a question that wasn't actually asked. All I could do is go back, add a sentence into the introduction indicating that I did in fact understand what the issue was, despite the fact that I didn't really analyze it, and hope that when he reads it I get some points for the fact that it's obvious I was in class and learned some of the concepts, albeit not the main point, which is, of course, answer the question you are asked.
Oh well. No point in being upset now...I still have another exam on Thursday morning, so I'm off to study for that.
How bad would it be to pass Family Law and fail First Amendment? Just wondering.