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Wexford students feeling upbeat and positive about Leaving Cert – ‘Get on with it, it’ll be grand’

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Leaving cert students from the Loreto Muireann O'Gara, Holly Rossiter, Gemma McDonnagh and Holly Dempsey

Leaving cert students from the Loreto Muireann O'Gara, Holly Rossiter, Gemma McDonnagh and Holly Dempsey

Leaving cert students from the Bridgetown College Shannon Doyle, Chris Ennis, Patricia Walsh, Aoife Goldsmith, Sophie Morris and Ben White

Leaving cert students from the Bridgetown College Shannon Doyle, Chris Ennis, Patricia Walsh, Aoife Goldsmith, Sophie Morris and Ben White

Leaving cert students from CBS Wexford, Kent Lam, Dylan Mann, Luke Dempsey, Daniel Leaacy, Jack O'Connor and Ben Purdy

Leaving cert students from CBS Wexford, Kent Lam, Dylan Mann, Luke Dempsey, Daniel Leaacy, Jack O'Connor and Ben Purdy

Leaving cert students from the Presentation Saoirse O'Connor and Lily O'Neill

Leaving cert students from the Presentation Saoirse O'Connor and Lily O'Neill

Leaving cert student from Selskar College Ayden Saunderson

Leaving cert student from Selskar College Ayden Saunderson

Leaving cert students St Peters College Caid Gardener and Abban Moran

Leaving cert students St Peters College Caid Gardener and Abban Moran

Leaving cert student from Selskar College Joey Wright

Leaving cert student from Selskar College Joey Wright

Leaving cert student from the Loreto Keeva Campbell

Leaving cert student from the Loreto Keeva Campbell

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Leaving cert students from the Loreto Muireann O'Gara, Holly Rossiter, Gemma McDonnagh and Holly Dempsey

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They may be in the midst of what is supposed to be one of the most stressful times of their young lives, but Leaving Cert students in Wexford were a picture of calm following their exams this week. With the annual examination returning to normal, students were back to sitting in large halls, quietly trying to recall whatever details they could summon from the last two years of schoolwork.

At St Peter’s College Abban Moran and Cade Gardener had just finished their Maths Paper One and were content with how it had went. “I thought it was okay, the choice was nice on it, I didn’t have to look at everything I could just choose which ones I wanted to do,” said Abann, who took the higher paper.


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