I made an 84, but my professor still has to go through all of the exams himself (because the TAs grade them initially) and give back points if he finds any places to give partial credit.
With this 84, I'm sitting right on a C--a 75 flat. Which, considering Cornell's vet school demands nothing less than a C- in any prereq course, I'm completely okay with. It's much, much better than anything worse. While I'm not even generally comfortable with Bs, I'm thinking that a C in an organic 2 class whose professor doesn't curve is acceptable.
As for my other exams, I'm still on the fence. I worried about disease/health management because the questions are literally pulled out of her butt and she expects us to memorize 18 billion slides and then take a 50-question, MC exam over it. 50 questions for the number of slides and amount of detail is sort of unfair. It's too broad of a cover, and sometimes she can either ask about the "overall idea" or ask about nit-picky details that require putting two concepts together and then trying to arrive at the most correct answer.
But I guess those are just how vet school exams are done (she is a a veterinarian, after all), so I might as well get used to it. If anything, this will prepare me.
We're supposed to get our nutrition exams back today. And our dairy exams are graded, but she hasn't put them into the computer yet nor did she remember to bring them with her on Monday. So...we'll see.