Yes, and I obviously won't do anything until I know the actual grade. I would like to have a plan on the worst case scenario prepared.
I honestly do think it may get curved, but not enough to help me. Most profs during Covid have made the courses slightly easier, or less demanding. This professor did the exact opposite. He doubled down saying that we now have "more time"... I am swapping the other class I have with him next semester as we speak.
Will you get your grade back before the decision deadline?
I wrote a final in law school that I thought I bombed. A+.
I wrote a calculus final in undergrad that I scored a raw ~30% on. That ended up as a solid B after it had to be curved.
Never thought you meant that. You were actually quite polite about it. I see barriers, but until they become unmanageable I've wanted this for over a decade and will push on. But your right and I will have to figure out some unique accommodations. Thankfully I live in Canada with one some of the strongest human rights protections on Earth for people with learning disorders. But your points are valid, and I've thought about them for a while but I see some possible solutions.