Well, I thought after 2.5 degrees in sciences, including Land Management and a thesis on soils, I'd be able to change careers to horticulture. However, after trying to cram 10 months of learning at evening class into 8x 40 minute of Level 2 exams I realise that I should have done a horticulture masters degree instead as I'm not clever enough for the RHS! After sitting around 20-25 exams at undergrad and post-grad level I thought I knew about time pressure, but it's NOTHING compared to the RHS level 2! There's no time to remember anything, or to check back or think, only to write. And I've failed certainly one module, maybe more once the results are out.