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"I would like to know that everything will turn out well" (11/06/2019)

Last minute reviews, nerves and more nerves.

A thousand and a half of pre-university students have started this morning in the classrooms of the Polytechnic University of Cartagena (UPCT) a test that could condition their future: the Baccalaureate Assessment (EBAU).

The only trick to approve is, according to a student of the IES Mar Menor of San Javier, "study".

He hopes to approve the EBAU because "if I have taken Bachiller, I get this too", although he would like to hear that "everything will be fine".

Equally optimistic is her colleague Lorena, who agrees that the advice that has given her most these days is not to get nervous and try to be calm.

"As the final exams are so recent, I think they will be good," he said before the first exam, the Castilian Language and Literature.

Against the prognosis of many students, who expected a question about Sanchez Ferlosio, recently deceased, the literary themes to develop were Modernism and the Generation of 27.

Despite this, some young people, like Olivia, from Las Claras del Mar Menor, have managed to keep nerves at bay on the first day of the EBAU exams.

"I expected to be more nervous, but the truth is that I'm going very well, the exams are well prepared," and added that he has been told to try not to think about exams that go wrong and focus on the following.

Many of them have been accompanied by their parents and the teachers of the subjects of which they were examined, which gave them encouragement and advice as the time of the first exam approached.

Among the subjects that most fears raise among students as Cristina highlights the history, especially because "there is much agenda."

She, unlike many of her classmates, has not yet decided which career she would like to study.

"Everything will be based on the grade you get and depending on how I feel when choosing studies," he says.

Yes, everyone is hoping that the tests are "simple" and that the final grade gives them to study what they have always wanted.

Source: UPCT

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