English is a subject that I'm not too concerned about due to only needing AAAA for 100% guarantee of doing Physics at Uni (entry requirements are ABBB). Since I only need 4 subjects there, and I'm doing 5 then one of them is sort of expendable, and I chose English due to the examination being the most unpredictable.
We done two "mock" examinations in English and I was sitting at 65% overall in both, which is halfway between an A and a B. Turns out though everyone in Scotland totally sucks at English so the usual "70% for an A" gets lowered to about 65%, so I might scrape an A in that, but then again I might get a C or a fail. English is one of those subjects that are so difficult to predict your grade.
Anyway, now I need to wait until August 6th for my results.
That's the exams over now. Maths was great, Physics and Chemistry were quite challenging papers but I think they went OK but that doesn't stop me panicking and thinking of all the little stupid mistakes I made.
I'm slightly concerned about French due the paper being a bit weird in a couple of places and then reading the essay topic slightly wrong but the essay thing was only 10% of the overall mark so I shouldn't beat myself about it. Not to mention in French you do a speaking assessment 3 months before the exam. I achieved full marks in that and it's 25% of your overall grade. So I went into the exam with 25% already, meaning I only need 60% for an A, so I'm hoping I managed it. [CONT]