Alfonse, do you have your GCSEs now?
I personally don't seem to find it gives me much stress, more that I fail because I can't, or rather won't, revise.
This time however, I've actually decided to put some effort in. I'm going to revise. (*gasps*)
Just thought I'd put a topic up for people to discuss A levels and GCSEs, whether it be the usual thing of older generations complaining of the exams becoming a joke in terms of ease. Or maybe a place to share how you felt the exam went.
Anyways, Good luck to anyone else in exams soon. :)
... Anyone? :(
German this morning was hard especially the last question as it had a and b questions i had to use enie menie minie mo to tick the boxes.
I find using good vocabulary and words like 'Demoralising', 'Perplexed' and 'Encapsulated' stand you in good steed.
During my German Higher this morning we had 'Viva Las Vegas' playing in the other room and I was accused of cheating by the old and slightly pervy invigulator.
I had to analyse a story called 'The Bronski house', Argue for or against why coursework is necessary (I argued for) and discusse the advangtages and disadvantages of home education.
"Decribe your house"
Two more exams left now.