I've recharged my batteries and am ready to tackle trigonometry
Last night I took the night off after a tiring few days, and I just chilled out with my friends. I'm knackered now, but also conscious that next week will be more hectic with five days of exams in a row.
In the geography paper, the short questions were tricky enough but I did them all and tried my best with those.
I didn't get a chance to look over some of the short questions on Thursday night so I wasn't exactly sure if they were right or not, but I answered them all anyway.
For the long questions, I usually find those to be the tougher out of the two, but I understood them all. And I finished with five minutes to go so I had time to look over the entire paper.
Maths was grand overall, I thought. When we finished school I went over the exam papers so I was pretty familiar with the paper.
Trigonometry is the worst part in maths for me, and that's coming up in Monday's exam.
I'm not worried about it as such, because I'll be looking over it during the weekend, and I'll go over past papers one last time on Sunday night.
CSPE is on Monday as well. I was lucky enough to have a really good teacher who really helped us.
I like the subject as well and I think more than likely the election will come up.
Over the weekend, I'm going to go over all the new politicians and the new positions since the new Government came in and I should be fine.
And this afternoon I'll start into study again, and try to take one last look at the subjects I have lined up next week.