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    Best:
    -Maths
    -Physics
    -Spanish
    -French
    -RE

    Worst
    -English Language
    -Chemistry
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    Best - Maths, All Sciences, English, RE
    Worst - Psychology, PE, Drama, Geography
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    When I was at school it was:

    BEST:
    Geography
    Drama
    R.E
    English


    WORST:
    Maths (just cos I'm not very good at it)
    Languages (cos the teaching wasn't great- I regret not really knowing another language now though).
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    although i was rubbish at it , i quite liked Food Tech
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    best- maths , chemistry, physics
    worst- re, english
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    Still at school...

    Best: History, Music
    Worst: PE
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    Best: English, French, Biology, Textiles
    Worst: PE (was always *forgetting* my PE kit!)
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    i liked PE but i remember i used to purposely forget my boots when we were doing Rubgy because the teacher wouldnt let the people who didnt have their boots play , i hate Rubgy.
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    Best: Geography (by far my favourite), Spanish, History

    Worst: French, Music-dropped those two now PE- compulsory :mad:
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    Best:
    - English
    - Languages
    - History

    Worst:
    - Drama
    - PE
    - Technology
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    In terms of ability:
    Best - Maths, Biology, Chemistry. & physics German and Spanish up to GCSE.
    Worst - Art / music etc. Dropped them all in Yr9.

    In terms of how much I like them:
    Best - Biology at A-Level, Chemistry at AS. At GCSE that included German, Spanish and maths.
    Worst - English lit. I actually got an A* in it at GCSE but *hated* it. I loved reading etc. but all the analysing just ruined books for me. Also hated physics, although I got 100% at GCSE :lol:
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    Graphics. I expected it to be more graphic design, it turned out to be craft making. Yay, nets!
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    Best: Sociology, geography, business studies
    Worst: PE, drama, physics
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    i hated Geography , i remember the exam , i couldnt answer a few question because i didnt have a clue what they were talking about.
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    Best: In terms of enjoyment: Languages esp. Spanish, In terms of ability: Business Management
    Worst: In terms of enjoyment: Maths ans Sciences, In terms of ability: PE
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    My best subjects at School were: Both Englishes, Childcare, Textiles, Science (at times)
    Worst: Maths,
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    Best:
    Chemistry/Biology.
    Good:
    Maths/Modern Studies (Politics, Social Issues type stuff)/German
    BAD:
    RE, Business.

    ALMOST FORGOT: PE is good!
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    i never did Business at school.
 
 
 

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