Blood-Marked-WolfFeatured By OwnerFeb 17, 2013Hobbyist Writer
It's not that bad, I had a C when I had my exam almost 2 years ago.
I don't know what the exam boards do now, but at the time, WJEC had a section where we had to draw Celtic art, which was a nightmare as everything had to be perfect for it. I messed it up big time as I didn't like to draw that style of art so I never gave it my full potential. No one enjoys doing something that they're forced to do.
Just make sure the section you've chosen to do you're confident in and enjoy doing, and you'll be fine.
Yeah, it's actually not that bad now. We just get a title to work with and some basic outlines for example, I have chosen art and words. The only restrictions we had were that you must work around a quote/lyric/story, and that you had to link artists. So it's not so bad; certainly not as bad as Celtic art - sounds like a nightmare.
Blood-Marked-WolfFeatured By OwnerFeb 18, 2013Hobbyist Writer
It was, especially when we had to do stained glass afterwards - let just say that got messy lol. It's good to know that they've changed it somewhat since I left Good luck with that, I would've loved to do that!
It's not that bad... Although I had an E when I did it 3 years ago... (Yeah, I was kinda forced into taking art because of the stupid interfering deputy head at my school... ¬_¬*)
I don't know if your exam board does it, but my exam (which was through WJEC) had a section where you didn't even have to draw. I was originally going to do that (since I'm just rubbish at art and being creative), but I changed my mind at the last minute and messed up big time. *cringe* I even accidentally ruined another students work because the equipment my school used to store artwork sprung up when I lifted the shelfs up very slightly to show a friend my 'work'.
Just make sure you choose a section that you feel your confident with and can work well with, don't do what I did, and you should be fine.