The best tweets about the Junior and Leaving Cert so far
- June 9, 2016
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We’ve rounded up the best tweets about the Junior and Leaving Cert so far.
After months of stress and panic, Leaving and Junior Cert exams are being sat by 117,453 people at 5,000 centres around the country.
It’s a terrifying day and one that lives on in the nightmares of many… but not necessarily due to the outcome/results of the exams. The scariest part of the whole thing is walking into that room on the first day, taking your seat and flipping the exam paper around.
Once the first day is done and dusted it gets a little easier, if only because that’s one less exam you have to sit.
Oh the flashbacks. The horrific flashbacks. Good luck to all doing #leavingcert Just remember to breathe … and stay till the end!
— Fionnuala Healy (@fionnualahealy) June 8, 2016
Young one on the bus cramming her notes & biting her nails. IT'S ALL I CAN DO NOT TO HUG HER #leavingcert
— Frances Byrne (@FraffieB) June 8, 2016
— Pieta House (@PietaHouse) June 8, 2016
— Aoife O'Brien (@AoifeOB89) June 8, 2016
Good luck to everyone doing the Leaving cert, remember it doesn't define you and the life you live🌞 #leavingcert
— David (@daveyWapp) June 8, 2016
To all those sitting the Leaving Cert.. ..bar one terrible date, no one ever asked me what results I got! Don't stress. #leavingcert
— Barbara McCarthy (@BarbsMcCarthy) June 8, 2016
— Brid Smith (@bridsmith) June 8, 2016
Ah I remember the old #leavingcert . I was happy with all my papers, it was the results I had an issue with
— Johnny Fallon (@jonnyfallon) June 8, 2016
And no matter what happens, you’ll be grand – trust us. We know everyone says it but that’s because it’s true. Even if you fail spectacularly, there’s always something out there for you.
As cheesy as it sounds, you really have to believe in yourself. That’s the best thing you can do. Having faith in your decisions and focusing on what you want to do and where you want to be can only yield positive results.
Article sourced from the Irish Independent – 08/06/2016