Since opening up with a 76-0 thrashing by England however, Findlay believes there have been plenty of improvements in their 8-0, 30-3 and 13-0 losses to Italy, Ireland and Wales.
And while Findlay is only too aware of the size of the task that awaits in France, she is determined to focus on the performance of her side.
"Our performance against Wales was a great step up, after the progress we made against Ireland," she said.
"We created a lot of sustained pressure in the Wales 22 but just simply did not finish off the job.
"The key this weekend is to achieve the same pressure but maintain consistency in our shape and accuracy in execution.
"We need to keep momentum in that particular area to achieve the outcome which we thoroughly deserved against Wales.
"This gives us a final opportunity to look at a few new faces [O'Donnell and Hannah Smith] both of whom have naturally fitted into the squad."
Elsewhere, Ireland head to Italy in search of a first ever RBS 6 Nations Grand Slam, having wrapped up the title by beating France last weekend and with Italy losing to England.
Italy have impressed throughout the competition, racking up victories over France and Scotland, but they have since suffered defeats to Wales and England.
And Ireland Women's head coach Philip Doyle is taking nothing for granted with his side standing on the cusp of history.
He said: "We know it's a huge task ahead of us this weekend an there is a lot of expectation on our shoulders but at the end of the day it's a game of rugby that we have to go out to win and it will be treated as another international match that the team are well up for."
In the final game of the weekend, England travel to Wales, having already relinquished their title but intent on finishing their campaign on a high.
"For us, we have got a lot to play for," said coach Gary Street. "We want to finish second in this year's Championship and I think if we can do that without several of our big name, experienced players, then that's a good result in a challenging Six Nations year."