Junior Cert Diary: Down to business after easy maths
The exams are going much better than I thought they would. Ordinary level maths was a very doable paper and CSPE was grand -- it's one of the nicer subjects.
Trigonometry came up and I understood the questions, so I found that I flew through that question. I finished the paper at 11am, so I had half an hour to spare and look over all of my answers.
I studied maths on Sunday and I also looked over one of the papers yesterday. I find maths hard usually but since I've studied ordinary level I find it a lot easier. Question six was hard.
For CSPE, Leinster House, Aras an Uachtarain, The White House, Buckingham Palace all came up. We had to fill in the blanks for questions about Irish law and the United Nations. I knew what the houses were straight away so there was no problem with that.
Business studies papers one and two are today. I'm a little nervous about not being able to understand something that comes up. I find the accounts really hard but I like trading profit and loss.