Man, I had to stop myself from either giggling when I read the questions, or punching the air and doing a victory lap.
Pompeii/Herculaneum: I didn't find the food question hard at all. I talked about the food places opening straight on to the street and the Modesta Bakery, and how they have found braziers in homes that might be for re/heating food. (I was bored at the end and was going to get another booklet for the forum and technology questions, but decided against it.)
Minoans: I found this was SORT of easy since before the exam I'd done the whole "try to show up the other person with information" thing where we start rambling on about areas of expertise and making connections, so I'd talked about their religion and burial before I walked in. Not sure on the technology question, or the religious places question, though. As long as I didn't lie in the exam and make something up, I should be ok.
Agrippina: Ace. Got 9 pages - would have had more, but the question was about her death and her marriages without her background stuff. I got full marks for her in the trial, so I hope I do well this time. So glad I looked over my assignment and saw her husbands' names.
Augustus: I obviously chose the settlement questions as hmm, I did that question as an extra piece of classwork a few weeks ago! My teacher taught us both the Julio-Claudians and, since she was betting that there would be a year of the four emperor question, after the trials taught us Augustus. Had I not learnt about Augustus, I would have chosen Claudius as my policy guy. I got 8 pages out of it and probably could have written more, but my wrist was hurting (I've had four exams in a row).