Mt St Helens, 8.32AM, 18th May 1980.
Q. How many car parking spaces does the Metro Centre have?
A. Ummm. 10,000?
Me: No! 40!
Yes, it was actually like that. I was pleasantly surprised by the exam. The stuff which I didn't want to come up, didn't. Where it did come up, the other question was really good. The questions which I did were:
- Iceland volcano question, mainly because of the Mt St Helens case study bit.
- Urban to rural migration, I couldn't remember the LEDC case study so instead I rambled on about Danbury.
- Industry question, because I revised about the Prolog distribution centre (at Annesley, Nottinghamshire in case you cared...) at about 6.30 this morning.
- Rainforest question. I said before that I wouldn't do a rainforest question, but the case study was about global warming which I really wanted to come up.
I was slightly worried though because I finished about half an hour early, and no one else had. So I actually went back and re read my answers and added something to every single one. Wow. I was impressed myself, for some reason useful facts started flooding back to me, such as the FAA closing the air space around MSH after the eruption. Why did I remember that?
Well afterwards I had to revise for the Maths non-calc paper. I found some of the paper really easy, but also some of it really hard, although listening to what other people have said, I think that I may have got some of the stuff which I sort of guessed right. Well I really should revise, I mean I've got two more again tomorrow. English language (the media text bit and some writing task) and Techtronics. I really should learn some Tech...