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    english literature is a long, tiring drag!
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    when the time comes
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    History or Science. I could not sit through one more lesson of those if somebody paid me.
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    Everyone in this thread says how happy they are to be rid of both of the English subjects... I have both of them at A level in September because I love them so much 😝
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    English Language, English Literature, Business Studies and Geography.
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    On my last year now, but can't wait to ditch business studies.
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    For me it was English.

    English literature and English language were my worst subjects and the one's I struggled with the most. In the end they were the only subjects I didn't get an A or A* in.
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    When I did my GCSE's i couldn't wait to drop history 🙄
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    I would probably say geography as lessons began to drag for the whole of my last year..
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    (Original post by BobSausage)
    ...So many. By the end Music was painful to sit through every day.
    English lit. was always appalling, how can anyone enjoy that?
    Biology. I hate it so much.
    I hated French by the end too.
    And History. I am so glad I have not got to sit through another History lesson.
    I hated music too :?/
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    (Original post by BobSausage)
    ...So many. By the end Music was painful to sit through every day.
    English lit. was always appalling, how can anyone enjoy that?
    Biology. I hate it so much.
    I hated French by the end too.
    And History. I am so glad I have not got to sit through another History lesson.
    I hated music too :/
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    Music, English literature and English Language
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    EVERY SINGLE subject was good EXCEPT geography!! I hated geography so much
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    English!

    C'mon, some of the stuff we had to do was just a joke...

    PS I'm a maths student now
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    Core and additional science:/
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    Even though I'm in the first year of a levels right now I remember last year I couldn't wait to finish GCSE's because that meant I wouldn't be doing Maths anymore or Science (core and additional). Such an amazing feeling.
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    i can't wait to drop french i was absolutely hopeless
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    (Original post by shooks)
    Maybe the best thing about finishing your GCSEs is that, from now on, you get to study whatever you want.

    No longer will you have to sit through lessons of subjects you hate, or revise folders full of stuff you can't stand.

    But which is the GCSE you're most thrilled to never think of again?
    GEOGRAPHY and English (lit and language) ... as you can see i hate writing
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    Maths, I really hope they don't make it mandatory at sixth form 😭


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    Maths, I really hope they don't make it mandatory at sixth form 😭


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    Of course not. At sixth form you choose everything apart from some who make you do pe

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