Metaphorically, of course. First half of the exam went pretty well. But the second half, my essay on the acquisition of language...Ugh, I know the stuff, I can quote any theorist on the matter and even give you a timeline of the different stages of development. But the question was several levels of evil. "To what extent does a child acquire language in their own individual way?". That can mean one of two things, to what extent does a child rely on external forces to learn, or to what extent does a child acquire language in different manners to other children from different cultures. I understand there wasn't much reason to panic given most people would assume the former, but in a past paper, I got a disappointingly low mark after having misinterpreted the question. Which I definitely didn't want to end up repeating. So, I ended up aiming for the former, but also throwing in as many references to the latter as I could, which I fear made my answer look shaky at best.
But still, all that besides, there's always January should something go terrible, and as far as I am aware, I got at least 27/30 in one half of the coursework. So, I have one exam left, Business Studies, but I decided to take a break and watch Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows. In Blu-Ray, no less. Highly enjoyable, but sadly it just doesn't compare to the first. It lacks the atmosphere of mystery the first one so brilliantly conjured up.