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#Physics – #LC2017 – Glen Kiely

  #LC2017 #Physics Glen Kiely – St. Munchins College I sat the Physics higher level paper today. I thought that the paper was difficult enough, but wasn’t too hard. The experiments were tough but I was happy with them. at came up. Section B wasn’t too bad either, as usual, the mechanics Q6 was difficult. […]

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#Religion – #JC2017 – Diego Alonso Brule Galleguillos

#JC2017 #Religion Diego Alonso Brule Galleguillos – Coláiste Einde Religion is probably the only subject I actually had very little knowledge of, as I missed first year and 2nd and 3rd year weren’t really productive, so I just did Ordinary Level. The test was quite simple, a few short to medium length answer questions about […]

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Categories 2012 Exam BlogLC Blog (2012)

Leaving Cert Accountancy

ISSU Commentary Leaving Certificate Accounting higher level candidates encountered an anticipated range of questions in an overall ‘very fair’ paper, according to many. Question 1 was as expected, and few could complain. Question 5 p (b) was presented in a somewhat uncommon way, with ‘projected’ figures being provided, rather than ‘historical figures. Some blasted the […]

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Categories 2012 Exam BlogLC Blog (2012)

Leaving Cert Chemistry

ISSU Commentary Chemistry has a similar structure to other science papers with a section on experiments, short questions, and the majority of the marks going for the long questions.  In both ordinary and higher level papers, section A on experiments held few suprises, and should have been very doable to anyone who had practiced on […]

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Categories LC Blog (2010)

LC Home Economics

Ailbhe (Higher Level Home Economics) Home Ec = General Fiasco I think everyone will agree that on opening the paper they flicked to the infamous Q1 Section B Whhhhaaaaaaaaat? No protein? No eggs? No fish? No Meat? What is this vegetarians’ day out?! I like so many others had fallen for the intoxicating charms of […]

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