Don't trust whitey
This, unfortunately, hurts me severely, as I am still quite unprepared, as I have been all semester. While I've certainly earned the shoddy grade I will no doubt receive, I will pin the blame squarely where it belongs...trying to make a class of 13 people adhere to a strict curve.
Hopefully, participation counts and hopefully everyone else was unprepared all semester long, they weren't fully prepared and simply refused to answer any of the prof's questions, leaving me to do the unpleasant work.
(deep breath, before beginning the world's longest sentence...)
That being said, with 6 hours to do the exam, I would presume, given the prof's temperament, that there will be enough time to dig through things and refamiliarize myself with the basics, and then the only problem is that the class is fundamentally normative, and things which are normative interest me so much that I am moving to the land where Corporations are king and pesky norms are forgotten and professors like Bainbridge can decry that boards are being forced to care about "minor" $140 million golden parachute decisions.