A LOT of my friends have now finished their exams, but for me the worst is yet to come.
Art history went very well yesterday. I managed to answer almost three questions and I was able to get it done in two hours.
Two of my prepared questions had come up and I had enough information to make a good stab at the question on post-impressionist painters.
I also answered the question on Irish art in the Iron Age. The paper is only worth 37pc out of the whole paper, but I appreciate the theory as well as the practical side of art so I enjoyed it.
Many of my friends finished up yesterday, so it was hard to watch that – knowing that I have three more to go.
Today, I will sit the paper for construction studies. It’s one of my stronger subjects, so last night I just had a little bit of last-minute revision to do and I’m feeling good about it.
I’m apprehensive about next week though. The last two exams are the ones I find the hardest. I have Italian and the joint subjects of physics and chemistry to face, but I’ve studied as best as I can for them all year.
William Murphy (19), from Cabra, is a student in St Paul’s CBS