Only the problem arises when we unconsciously live in the boundaries of perfectionism. We set up a box for ourselves whereas we're allowed to experiment, however we're scared to death to make a misstep. The average student has developed a certain amount of resilience. Which is needed to not go into full self-blaming-mode when we get a redo, but instead, pick it up with grace. Questionable, that for sure. But the real question is, what will happen when we let go of our safe box and start experimenting in the field of failing? How about shifting how we perceive our mistakes, to accepting it as extremely human-like behaviour? 

So let me urge one thing: everybody makes mistakes, and it's completely normal and part of the process of learning. As a remember this page is filled with mistakes made by people like you, and I.