Categories JC Blog (2016)

Leaving Certificate Japanese

Klara – Higher Level Japanese, my last exams and possibly one of the better ones! The minute the exam started I went straight to the last section to see what essay titles came up. I was most worried about the essays as you never know what could come up. However, over the two years of […]

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Categories LC Blog (2016)

Leaving Certificate Music

Liam – Higher Level  As I woke up this morning I felt a great wave of relief. My final exam, music. I’ve always struggled with the theory side of music but I wasn’t nervous whatsoever for this exam, as all I could not think about was finishing this bloody leaving cert. The first paper was […]

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Categories JC Blog (2016)

Junior Certificate Technology

Kate – Higher Level  My final exam! I finished exactly two weeks after I started. I went into this exam knowing I would do poorly. We spent all of our class time doing projects and briefs and did little or no theory. My project and brief was of an A standard with only one or […]

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Categories LC Blog (2016)

Leaving Certificate Economics

Craig – Higher Level  A nice paper but quite abstract – it was quite difficult to know just what they were looking for. That’s how I’d sum up Economics Higher Level 2016. As predicted, there was a focus on elasticity, national income and appearance. Labour popped up as a factor of production and Oligopoly was […]

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Categories LC Blog (2016)

Leaving Certificate Chemistry

Liam – Higher Level  Questions that I did: 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9 & 10 (b) & (c). La chimie! Chemistry and I have come to the mutual understanding that it’s best for both parties if the test is neither too difficult nor too ‘doable’, safe to say, Ceimic, you’ve lived up to […]

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Categories LC Blog (2016)

Leaving Certificate Spanish

Cárthach – Higher Level  Apart from Irish, Spanish for me was that one subject in which I wanted to do my best. My favourite subject by far so really the biggest pressure in these exam situations are self inflicted by trying to reach your full potential…but I think I remained calm enough, only to be […]

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