It's been a stressful two months. I've pulled at my hair, chewed on pens, used enough paper to help wipe out the rainforests and forced myself to work endless nights till 2 or 3 in the morning with the sole aim of passing these A-Levels.
In total I did 10 exams. 4 were retakes, 6 with A2s. The retakes seemed to go alright. I touch wood every time I discuss this because they all technically need to be A. Maths need to be a high A but oh well :/
A2 Law were very challenging. I entered that exam believing I would fail, that it would end here. However three questions that I couldn't have loved more came up. I seriously was so happy that it restored my hope. I can't guess biology synoptic for the life of me. Neither Chemistry's synoptic. Chem 5 seemed to go all right but who knows.
I now have two months till results day. I excited and nervous. I need to plan for the future over the next few days and get a good idea of what's going to happen. If I don't get minimum AAB then it's looking like I'm not going to med school anytime soon. It's possible to get an A in both Bio and Law. Without an A in chem my options are severely restricted but since I can't judge the paper, I really don't know. I'll stop now cause I hate dissecting papers. I refuse to talk about them after the exam because I can't change my answer and will just make me wonder.
More interesting posts to come, I promise. I'm also seriously considering looking at America but I need to research funding. It's unlikely to happen, but just want to know that I can rule it off my list of options.