O Levels ended on the 16th of November, but honestly, it ended a while before because the last 3 papers were a week away from the previous paper and they were just the paper ones, multiple choice questions. I mean they give you the answer so picking it out is mainly.. common sense and good luck. I did study a little, but not much, and only a few days before the paper ones.
Overall I guess they went well. There wasn't really a paper where I broke out in a cold sweat or got some sort of sudden anxiety or fear that I wasn't able to answer any of the questions. I remember being really nervous for one of my SPAs, and my teacher came round and told me to relax and calm down. It was very nice of her.
Anyway I wasn't very stressed... I didn't study as hard as I did for mid years. I got 10 points for mid years and 12 points for prelims which isn't so bad. I guess it could be better, but my older sister got 13 for prelims but 7 A1s for her O levels. I have hope! Honestly though, I don't think I'll get 7 A1s. maybe 6. It sucks because I didn't get an A1 for Chinese but like everyone else did. Not really. But my sisters did.
The thing is I was really anticipating after O levels because I thought I would do all these cool things and change myself, but I don't feel any different. It's even worse because I fell sick. Which is like the worst misfortune. FALLING SICK ON THE DAY YOUR MAJOR EXAMS END. So not fair.
The break we get is not as long as I would like it to be. I hope I achieve what I've sort of planned for in this time.