My last final was today at 9:00a. I set my alarm for 7:30a so I would be ready well ahead of time. Surprise! I slept right through it. Luckily, I got a phone call from my dad at 11:00a asking me when my last final was. "It just ended. I have to go now," I replied. I grabbed my keys and backpack and hustled out of Elder, just in time for it to start raining. I arrived at Tech and headed to my professor's office, knocked on his door a few times, and then sat down to wait. After about 20 minutes his door suddenly opened, which surprised me since I thought he wasn't there. He poked his head out, looked down at me, and said "You missed the final this morning!" I explained the situation, and he very kindly gave me an hour to take the exam there in his office.
Amazingly, when I finished the exam, he glanced through it and suggested I double-check problems 5 and 7. I did, found some (hopefully all) of my mistakes, and turned the test in to him. I ended up getting 8 hours of sleep, and I think I killed that final!
The moral of the story, of course, is to sleep through exams and take the final one-on-one with the professor so you can get insider tips. You'd agree that that's a good plan, right? You might say "No, that's a horrible plan!", but I hear only yes.