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    Definitely spanish!
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    Geography :d
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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?

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    Geography :P
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    Mine would have to be GCSE PE - before GCSE everything was really fun, and it was one of my favourite subjects, then they ruined it by how harsh the lesson is marked, and how confined the sport choices are!
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    English🔫 But I still have one more year💔
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    Science has been the bane of my existence since I started at comp, so dropping that is the greatest feeling
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    I was so happy to drop English and IT. I'd loved IT before GCSE but it turned out to be super boring! I strongly disliked English at GCSE and found it unbelievably dull as well.

    Still have to do PE at my sixth form, though. :cry:
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    English Lit! and Geography
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    Definitely English Lang & Lit, All Sciences and Maths. Maybe a bit ironic because I'm doing computer science at AS which does involve a lot of maths, but pure maths I just hate.
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    History - the grade boundaries are almost impossible I find and it takes away from the content, which I otherwise find genuinely interesting.
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    Um... I took maths, further maths, English lit and Lang, triple science, RS, Latin, history French and music... And I enjoyed all of them so I'm stuck with what to do at A Level. I dropped all the subjects I didn't like at year 9.

    Does anybody else feel this way?
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    ART! I knew there would be a lot of coursework but WOW I was not expecting for there to be so much of it. Wanted to do everything in watercolours mostly but I couldnt do that TT^TT

    Chemistry was also a real b****. The Controlled Assessments for German were the worst though...
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    I'm surprised I haven't seen anybody say Latin yet.

    As much as I very highly doubt I've passed it, I'll be glad when I never have to think about the passive pluperfect subjunctive or 'Caecilius est in horto' ever again.
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    Physics. 100% PHYSICS.
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    Woah, so many... Especially all the compulsory subjects.
    I struggle to chose but I think it's mostly Physics and English.
    However if all of them then also French, Biology and Chemistry.
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    Definitely Maths. Hated it so bad just hoping to get a B.
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    ****ing french
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    Probably English Lit and Statistics
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    Maths (hopefully) :eek: and physics!!!!!
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    Definitely Humanities and Additional Science
 
 
 
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