Well, that sucked.
And not sucked in a "gee, that was hard" sort of way. Sucked in a sort of poorly written, convoluted answers, tons of random memorized numbers, misdirection in the lectures, fairly deviant from the lecture objectives, sort of way.
Instead of focusing on the objectives, key concepts, and the like, instead we were tested on such critical things as being able to rearrange calories and kilojoules (which fortunately, I can do), memorize exact protein intakes, and a few cases, analyze a patient who's history promised complexity for which none was given. Example, how you assess and recommend for someone's vitamin D status depends largely on how much time they spend outside, their skin color, and their location, ie, you are going to give a different recommendation to a Caucasian bike messenger in San Diego than you are to a dark-skinned African-American woman who works the hospital night shift in Northern Missouri.
So that was really irritating. And now, I get to suck it up, lament the time I spent studying for that waste of a class when I could have been studying for path, which I now have two weeks to get caught up in, and prep for my PD quiz today, which also would have been time better spent.
Sad part is that in nutrition, I actually watched all the lectures, stayed pretty up on the material, and read all the lecture notes pretty carefully while taking notes, despite the fact that it was boring the crap out of me and making me long for the fascination of endocrine pathology, and I feel pretty much like it was for nothing.