Signed afterward in pencil.
I am detecting from the use of the middle zone that the author is enamoured with the present moment. While future plans may be on the radar, they are not an immediate concern. However, the writer of these passages has not become lax about the work needing to be done, but is rather organized. Since this appears to be an exam or worksheet of some sort, I can assume that when it was written, the author had a clear idea of what needed to be communicated and did so accordingly.
The slight downward slope of the letters might indicate that while the author was confident in his or her task, that he or she may have become tired (weary), or perhaps a bit nervous as time went on.
The signature is the most interesting aspect. Since it is larger, it would appear that author would like to become someone of note, yet the lower case ‘j’ suggests that author might feel as though they are “selling out” or will in some way become less of what they are due to social pressures than what they currently are.
Stay true to yourself and you will succeed.
Pretty accurate. It was copied notes, actually, but it was the best thing I could find that was unlined. Excellent analysis.