Yeah, my boyfriend said that that was a weird exam. I did a drama exam today and I'm sure the invigilators started 7 minutes late - they did, however, still finish at 17:30. Was too afraid to point it out. Also, halfway through the exam the guy decided to interrupt us and read out a list of names of people who hadn't turned up to check it wasn't us. He didn't give us any extra time having done that. At the end, we had to wait around whilst they counted every single exam paper and separated them from the questions and counted those little blue attendance cards you hand in. Stupid invigilators. I also spent quite a lot of time, in my "Waiting For Godot" essay, talking about what MIGHT happen as a result of some of the other things. It was entirely irrelevant. Still, that's my own fault, as was writing about more plays than I needed to in two of the questions. I am a tool.
Oh, and thanks, Arkbar. I needed something to pass the time whilst I was meant to be revising. I'll be honest, I just like the idea of studying in America a lot, and the courses sound great. At this rate I'll have a ****ty degree though.
I wish there were a vending machine just outside my door. I want chocolate but can't be bothered to walk to the JCR to get some.
Life is so hard.