Je ne sais pas

That's the end of those matriculation exams.
Finnish, History, English A-level, Maths - the big four from which I should get rather high marks. that's the hope anyway.

Finnish, two-parter examination. I have the score for the first part and my teacher told me I should get 45 points to cross over that Laudatur threshold. By my average essay score, I should be able to reach that. If I can't, I'm pleased with E. Honestly when I went into this whole thing without hopes for Finnish Laudatur, but holy hell if I get it I'll be a very happy camper.

English A-level. I have no idea about this one. I was hoping for a Laudatur when I went in, but the listening comprehension difficulty level threw me off slightly. The reading comprehension was only moderately challenging. It looks like I might still be hanging to that Laudatur after all.

History. Oh man. I wrote two pages of text per question, which is about the good amount for that kind of questions in general. I spent four pages per joker question, which need slightly more extensive explanation. I have no doubt I answered the questions with as much information as I had about them, but I'm not entirely sure whether or not the board will see it that way. It'll be exciting to the get the initial results. I have no idea what to expect.

Mathematics. Oh dear lord, I was so relieved to see the actual exam paper. The questions were extremely simple. The maximum one could do was ten, the amount of time that one could use was six hour. I spent three hours on the seven questions I knew I could do and get points out of. I'm pretty confident, but at the same time nervous. If the test was easy, it means the score for passing will also be higher this year.

Positive attitude though. It'll go fine.
I think.

Non scholae, sed vitae discimus