Heatwave during exams... Watch
So, it seems there's a chance that the hot weather will climb even hotter during this coming week, coming to a head with possible highs of 34 degrees on Thursday... which, naturally, is the date of my Prose English Lit exam. I've been struggling on 22-24 during exams - I think I might actually pass out if it climbs to 34 outside a stuffy exam hall.
Are there any allowances set in place for extremely hot/adverse weather conditions during exams? Obviously I'm not expecting them to hand out ice-creams, but is there any sort of 'disturbance' allowance that can be put on our papers, similar to being taken ill in an exam, or will it just be a sweat-and-bear-it?
Thursday just happens to be the ONE day i have two exams together, both being the hardest maths exam and hardest further maths exam. My luck seems to be on point right now. kill meh plez :P
Jk we are gonna suffer just bring a nice big bottle of water!
If you have a 2 hour commute then get there early or even the night before or take things to keep you cool. They may have some fans. They may have water available. You cna check if you are allowed to take a drink in and my tip would be to freeze a drink in the freezer over night and then it can defrost in the exam room. I think thats what i did in the past, although I never applied for SC..
I figured as much! Just thought I'd unearth the truth. Doesn't hurt to ask!
If "local Jinkx Monsoon becomes puddle in exam hall" is on the news in the next week, you know to close my account.