Gaynah Ots, Lexie Skinner, Ashlee Cable, Anna Brotherson, Emily Kreeners and Roxy Livermore wait outside the Grafton High School multipurpose centre for the final exam of the HSC, Visual Arts. PHOTO: ADAM HOURIGAN
Gaynah Ots, Lexie Skinner, Ashlee Cable, Anna Brotherson, Emily Kreeners and Roxy Livermore wait outside the Grafton High School multipurpose centre for the final exam of the HSC, Visual Arts. PHOTO: ADAM HOURIGAN

It’s over – HSC ends for 75,000

ANNA Brotherson and Ashlee Cable from Grafton High School are a free to relax after the final day of HSC exams yesterday.

Visual Arts was the last exam on the timetable, and both Anna and Ashlee can now enjoy a little rest and relaxation along with 75,000 other HSC students who sat exams across NSW this year.

Anna, 18, said overall she thought she went all right.

"I guess I've tried my hardest and that's all I can do," Anna said.

"I'm so happy it's over, now I'm looking forward to Schoolies on the Gold Coast."

As for next year, Anna says she is thinking about a career as a history teacher.

But for now, she says taking time out to relax and hang out with friends is at the top of her agenda.

Classmate 19-year-old Ashlee said generally she thought she had done okay.

"I've done everything the best I can," Ashlee said as she waited for her exam to begin yesterday.

Ashlee is looking forward to Schoolies in Bali before heading up to Cairns in January to visit her sister and find some work.



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