Edit: I would also like to add that while editing a manuscript today I discovered that I am no longer capable of spelling the word "heels" correctly. Thank you, World of Warcraft.
And I've already finished 3 exams. It's partially my own fault - if I stuck to the programme I started with, it would have been 5 in total this summer.
I pretty much got kicked out of International English after the first lesson because I'm fluent, and they put me into a "high school level" English class, that's one more exam because it's two for that class. Then I decided I was bored, and took on a college level English/Linguistics class, as well, which is one more exam. Still bored, I took an ICT class - sat the exam early, passed it in December - and I still need to finish my coursework for that. Then someone on =21 told me to go study in Amsterdam, so I thought "Why not?" and decided to do the Dutch exam (done, went reasonably well considering Aethien was my teacher) and the exams office shoved two German exams into my face, pretty much, because they're free A's for a native speaker. Reasonable, but now I've got 11 exams.
And I'm sort of tempted to just take on more exam-only stuff next year because qualifications are qualifications and I am capable of getting A's in those without actually doing much work at all. And I want to learn more languages.