For me, I'm always going to be worried about results day, but I think at the end, I'll kick back and regain what little remains of my social life. My 18th is coming up, but I have an exam straight after that, so once that one's done, I shall be celebrating.
Probs try and chill for a few weeks and get my head straight. I'll sleep till late, watch TV all day, shop, and eat. Sounds like the good life.
Work and save money for car / lessons in August after my birthday. Do work experience. Go fishing for the first time this year. And have a barbeque that is lit using all those subject notes I'll never need again, RE, French, English etc.
Create a huge ditch, create a fire and put all my notes and books in it. Best stress-reliever ever.
And then resort to sleeping as much as I can to make up for the number of hours lost during all-nighters.
Then calling all my friends and have a huge house party.
Until...university starts. And then all Hell breaks loose.
My last exam was yesterday, and I finished at 3.30pm. My friends and I started drinking at 4pm, so feeling a little tender today!
Going out tonight, recovering tomorrow, working Saturday and Sunday and then seeing my boyfriend on Sunday night for the first time in 2 months
Then starting Monday I'll be back to my normal routine of gym/work and then after half-term I'm shadowing at a local secondary school
I finished yesterday and decided to go on a 12 mile walk in the blistering heat when I got home after my last exam. It wasn't to celebrate; I just felt lost when I got home and had absolutely nothing to do. I figured I have the time, my friends haven't finished their exams yet, I haven't been to the place where I grew up in a long while so why don't I walk there?! It was a brilliant experience. Got there just as my sister finished work so that was my ride home sorted.