A learning team of five students must work together to complete a 48-hour team exam. When the team members convene to write their report, one of the students shows up eight hours late. The report outline is nearly complete, yet he insists on questioning the work and offering uninvited comments. When he is left alone to work on the editing process, his progress is slow, the master copy of the report is corrupted and many spelling and grammatical errors are missed. The irritation level builds to loud arguments in the middle of the night. This is a supplement to Juan Pedro's Shrimp Farm: Or the 48-hour Exam Nightmare (A), product 9B02C057, which discusses the process of the competitive 48-hour exam, the reputation of the fifth student and the initial meeting of team. Supplement Juan Pedro's Shrimp Farm: Or the 48-hour Exam Nightmare (B), product 9B02C058, describes the first hour after the student arrives to work on the report and supplement Juan Pedro's Shrimp Farm: Or the 48-hour Exam Nightmare (D), product 9B02C060, an interview, conducted several months later, provides the student's perspective on the events.