Good job, keep at it. Can't believe you've got 13 more, the most I ever had to do at once was 6!
Thanks so much!
I'm gonna have to get used to encouraging, I'll be writing exams for students soon enough
I always do that in every exam. Keeps me more focused and satisfied with answers. The loss of writing/exam time is worth it.
@Team please start monitoring the things that are said to Cam by this person on the forum. No one should feel targeted here.
@Cameron I can't dictate things that happen on the discord as it's unofficial and apart from YD in general. But we can try to clean up the attacks on here.
You only have 13? lucky ass
okay, ME1's writing is trash and so is the voice acting and so is the facial animation
Oh, and since nobody asked, I'm 4 exams down, 19 left to go.
I also had 23 exams, or 22, one of the two.
Why do poms have so many exams? That just seems outrageous? I had 5 or 6 each semester for my last two years of school, that was it.
It depends on your year. 16 year olds sitting GCSEs will often have anywhere between 10 and ~30 exams. 17/18 year olds sitting A-Levels will have about 6 or 8, sometimes more sometimes less depending on the amount of subjects they do.
It's 23 covering the content of the last two years as a whole.
On another note, another one down. No more fucking RE. Ever. Thank. Fuck.
So glad I didn't do RE. I did media instead
was mandatory here. whole year did it
I had 8 finals senior year lmao
We was going to do RE but then a lot more people chose to do triple science and due to timetabling we couldn't really fit it in (one RE teacher for 300 students)
What's wrong with RE? Change it to PE and you'd be right for me.
Theology and that is fine it's just that the syllabus for this is overly simplified to the point of being plain wrong, and even for someone who enjoys learning about religion and philosophy it's hopelessly boring.