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    (Original post by Robbie242)
    Aha I did the Dida route so most of it was coursework but it was a bunch of bull**** powerpoints and word documents
    Holy hell don't remind me, the amount of print screens we had to take and the excel crap i had to sit through.
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    (Original post by doesntworkonwood)
    Geography I only started doing it to get an extra GCSE, and it's horrible. The first topic on Volcanoes and othe Natural Hazards wasn't that bad, but what we're doing now is horrible and it's so boring that it's so hard to revise for. The coursework is a killer too

    If you asked me last year, I probably would have said Business Studies, only because it got really repetitive during the second year. I'm so glad that I've finished it now though.
    What was the coursework on Geo on?
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    AQA French, don't care if I get a C/D

    Just lost all motivation!
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    ICT. A year later and I'd achieved the ability to use PowerPoint to exactly the same standard as I had done before. Sweet.
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    Physics and ict so boring I fall asleep in their lessons despite having a good nights sleep the night before , that's how bad the subjects r
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    (Original post by Albino)
    Holy hell don't remind me, the amount of print screens we had to take and the excel crap i had to sit through.
    Yes exactly... it was an absolute load of crap, we had to make a meal card, challenge card and some other stuff, it was so ****
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    English Literature.
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    French and ICT
    they are a pile of rubbish...can't wait to drop them at a level
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    ICT - you learn absolutely NOTHING - and at my school it's compulsory. We play on bored button and make snowflakes on the internet and frankly it's more useful that learning about input and output devices (when are you ever going to need to know that?)

    Physics - I just don't get it.
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    ICT. The work was continuous evaluative essays and we never got to use the fun software such as Photoshop and Sony Vegas... An easy A though.
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    Art - lost all motivation a few months in, still regret taking it for GCSE
    Physics - Just terrible, the content was so boring
    English - Just because I had a terrible teacher who was so patronising and never bothered to teach us anything.
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    Does any1 else see the pattern, that the majority of us h8 ict and physics surely ict should be removed as long as everyone can successfully open save and close word and excel. Um which one out of ict and physics should go ... Post either ict or physics
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    ICT- probably because it is too easy, not showing off but it isn't necessarily challenging enough; you can basically sit the ICT GCSE exam without knowing any theory and still get at least a C
    - Otherwise; I'd say Biology because I'm useless at it


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    i hated german, i used to sit at the back with biscuits doing my maths homework... I had endless retakes because i genuinely couldn't be bothered and finally come out with a B (despite getting 4/30 in my speaking) when i was predicted a D, my teacher was pretty awesome though
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    Business studies...so boring
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    English Language. Literature is fine, but Language is ridiculously boring.
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    (Original post by FrogInABog)
    At the time, I found Latin the most boring; looking back at it, it was actually the complete opposite (although I was never any good at it!)

    Probably English, though. I love to read, but I hated tearing apart great pieces of writing. When you've read The Old Man and the Sea 101 times, it loses any feeling/beauty it once had as a work of literature. Sad, because I think English can be a fascinating subject.
    I know what you mean, we did the same with Shakespeare
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    Religious Studies, the teacher was like jo the suppernanny exept more patronising...with sarah palin like views...
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    probably geography too many random facts to learn e.g. this volcano kiled this manhy or that volcano killed that many or all these random numbers you had to learn e.g.this much was spent on aid etc - although I did like the colouring in ah
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    ICT.

    Complete waste of time.

    I mean, seriously, some of the tasks were like:

    'provide evidence you've copied a folder'.
 
 
 
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