Last week was the first real week of hell - aka, mid-terms.
This is the first time in which I've been in an exam situation in which it was completely open book. All three mid-terms were open book. I see it as a trap; and it is. You only get 1 hour and 50 minutes to finish the test (or in one exam, 2 hours). And trust me, on the Optimization test, you need all that time! I didn't even finish the exam - I wasn't aware of the need to properly manage my time. I was in good company however - a lot of my classmates also found themselves in this situation.
Apparently last year's class had the same problem, so I can believe that this is indicative of experiences in the future, so be warned future 1st years!
Managing Organizations proved that teams are collectively dumber than their individual components.
Probability turnaround was surprisingly quick - we sat for the test in the morning, and by the evening, we had our results. It wasn't computer administered, and not all was multiple choice, so we were all surprised.
I can't speak for Financial Accounting, having exempted out of it prior to school starting. But a lot of people were worried about it.
The weekend allowed for a breather before launching back into the merry-go-round that is school :)