Friday, 22 May 2015

Half Term Update - May 2015

So that's it! I've now no more exams until the first day of June, thank goodness.

It feels slightly surreal that I've just about made it over half way, plus that these results actually count towards university applications and overall A2 grades.

Half term is certainly a welcome break. Of course, I have tonnes of mechanisms and conditions that need to remembered in just over a week's duration however I'm now slightly more confident, having had at least a couple of decent exams.

I'm sure that I can speak for us all when I say that me and my siblings are super excited to see our cousins this coming Monday. It feels like an absolute age since we saw them last!

To be perfectly honest with you, today's been a pretty damn good day!

Thursday, 21 May 2015

Hitler reacts to AQA Biology Unit 1 BIOL1 Exam June 2015

Despite myself feeling that today's biology exam didn't actually go all that badly, Hitler has other opinions. Therefore I thought I'd have a go at making my own video! (Instead of revising CHEM1).

He has to resit Unit 1 next year, after failing, but finds out that he can't drop because he's already failed physics! Anger ensues...

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

What Goes Up Must Come Down

As we all already know - or maybe not of you haven't read this post - my first board-timetabled exam didn't go all that well. However, there is a but...

In what appeared to be a dramatic turn of events, toady's unit 1 physics exam was going so very well I almost couldn't believe it. Oh it was going so well. So well in fact that I wanted to thank the monsters at AQA for on this rare occasion going easy on us - maybe in pity of our assured dire EMPA performances.

It was going so well,..

Monday, 18 May 2015

My Ultimate Guide to Surviving The Island, Bear Grylls-Style

Having only five days ago butchered my first AS maths exam, I've come to the realisation that I'm in desperate need of a drastic change in career path - preferably one that doesn't involve reading, numbers or square roots. Seriously! I mean, who obtains an answer of 5√2 for the radius of a circle but then decides to Pythag 2√5?

You guessed it... Goodbye academic dreams, hello Jobcentre.

As it just so happens, with the return (or rather conclusion) of Ch4's BAFTA-winning 'The Island' I thought I'd surprise you with my ultimate guide to desert island survival, as inspired by the midweek television programme narrated by none other than extreme-survival expert Bear Grylls. I'm no professional, but I can safely say that I have the ability to start a cracking fire and would probably even drink my own urine - if push came to shove of course!