As a subject I hope to take next year at AS-Level, today’s Physics exam was one of the ones that was more important to me. Unlike Thursday’s Chemistry paper, though, (a subject in which – thanks to modular exams – I already have high grades adding to my overall grade), I have a lower overall Physics ‘score’ thus far, so today’s exam ‘carried more weight’.
This being the first exam of my busiest week of the exam season, I’ve little time to write this post, but just quickly here are my post-exam thoughts on today’s Biology B3 paper.
Although I’m only Year 10, I still had a batch of exams this summer, and today – alongside people who’d just finished Year 11 – I got my results back.
They were as follows:
- Religious Studies B Unit 4: A
- Drama Unit 1: B
- Biology Unit 1A (Retake): A*
- Biology Unit 2 Tier H: A
- Biology ISA: A
- Chemistry Unit 2 Tier H: A* (Full marks)
- Chemistry ISA: A* (Full marks)
- Physics Unit 2 Tier H: A* (Full marks)
I’m genuinely dead chuffed. I worked hard, but as most of my post-exam ‘My Thoughts’ blogs (accessible by clicking the links above) were rather pessimistic, it’s all a bit of a surprise.
However, this is just the start. My results card is a fraction of the length it will be in a year’s time. The work’s only going to get harder. And soon. We return to school in less than two weeks.