Yes it was in St. Oliver's in Drogheda.
But I go to school in Dundalk, so I haven't heard anything from any students yet.
On the outside of the envelopes which contain the exam papers there is a large sticker which states the exam with an big block capital PAPER TWO. Also two random students have to sign the envelope thing so they didn't notice either.
The attendant obviously didn't bother checking the papers after they were removed from the sealed envelope and then placed them face down on all students desks until they were turned over and everyone saw Paper Two instead of Paper One.
I was actually happy with Paper One and kinda looking forward to just finishing Paper Two.
No I have a day off and will have to try and study extra english stuff, geography and some maths formulae.
That Paper Two would have been perfect, Bishop and Longley were the poets with Cultural Context for the Comparative and Deception for the Single Text which in my case is Macbeth.
The amount this will cost the state by paying these attendants double pay for working a saturday is major.