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    (Original post by RickmanAlways)
    Systems and Metals and plastics ugh
    What is that kind of subject? I don't know an one which consists Systems, Metals and plastics in combination with. Handicrafts?!?!
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    Food tech. Could never remember my ingredients. The poor b****ds that had to make scone based pizzas with me.
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    English language
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    (Original post by luisajones)
    English language
    So you are done with school completely? English is a compulsory subject for every single level, isn't it?
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    Chemistry. Doesn't help that my Teacher is an A-Hole. Thank god I only have a few weeks more until I drop out and start a psychology course.
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    English literature; good riddance. Absolute bane of my life I can't believe I was considering doing it at uni lol
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    (Original post by Kallisto)
    SO you are done with school completely? English is a compulsory subject for every single level, isn't it?
    English is compulsory until the end of GCSE
    At AS/A2 nothing is compulsory
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    Maths and all the sciences


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    (Original post by chloemichelle97)
    English is compulsory until the end of GCSE
    At AS/A2 nothing is compulsory
    I see. So you are still going to school, aren't you? in other countries (as in Germany), the native language is compulsory until the end of school. That why I asked you that question.
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    (Original post by Kallisto)
    I see. So you are still going to school, aren't you? in other countries (as in Germany), the native language is compulsory until the end of school. That why I asked you that question.
    Ah I see. I didn't write the original post but no I've just left school
    English isn't compulsory at A-level but I chose to continue with both English literature and English language
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    After AS- PHYSIIIIIIICS. (It's so mean to me :cry:)

    But after I'd done GCSEs it was French and Textiles. French was boring and I was sick of staying at school to finish coursework for Textiles.
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    A level chemistry
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    English, PE, physics, textiles (I can't believe I was so idiotic as to choose that) and chemistry. Still doing AS chemistry and I still hate it. Bane of my existence ugh.

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    (Original post by Namita Gurung)
    Physics
    God knows how I got the A last year
    This year I'm glad to be leaving Psychology
    We must be twins , this is exactly me right now!
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    We must be twins , this is exactly me right now!
    Hey sis/ bro :jumphug:
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    English Language and Literature.
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    (Original post by Abirella)
    English Language and Literature.
    Same haha
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    (Original post by starstudent7)
    Same haha
    omg I am a virgo too and love makeup too.
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    computing, the ugliest sh*t ever
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    Na, the worst subject had to be English literature, endless reading from the AQA anthology from dead ass poems to analysing/ reading modern texts such as Mr Pip. It was absolutely bull, in Mr Pip our teacher made us repeatedly go over the apparent penultimate stage of the book being the rape scene. What made the subject so cold was my old English teacher's hysterical laughter!
    Now I doubt anyone has encountered [email protected]!*****
 
 
 
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