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    The general consensus seems to be swaying towards sciency things. I do psychology as well guys, I feel your pain.
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    Further maths, who can honestly say they care about imaginary numbers, all the stupid words they come up with just to make your life more difficult (no, it's not an 'argument', it's an angle for crying out loud) ugghh
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    (Original post by iheartdjokovic)
    Further maths, who can honestly say they care about imaginary numbers, all the stupid words they come up with just to make your life more difficult (no, it's not an 'argument', it's an angle for crying out loud) ugghh
    What subjects do you do?
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    IT gcse. Am I ever ever going to want to compare the speed of email and post?? What's the point of considering the advantages and disadvantages of dial-up compared to broadband? Half an hour wasted every single week.
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    biology love the subject but hate the exams i always flop
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    biology, it is the bane of my existence
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    Chemistry, the content in interesting but Salters is satan in exam form :sad:
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    Law. There seems to be a fine line between whether people find it quite interesting and so do well in it or find it dull as dishwater and subsequently bomb it. I find it to be the latter; it bores me to tears!
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    (Original post by 3607)
    What subjects do you do?
    Maths, FM, Government and Politics, History and German, strange combo I know
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    (Original post by iheartdjokovic)
    Further maths, who can honestly say they care about imaginary numbers, all the stupid words they come up with just to make your life more difficult (no, it's not an 'argument', it's an angle for crying out loud) ugghh
    Here, here...

    Complex conjugate, auxiliary equation, complimentary function --> argh!
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    Biology for sure, fuc*ing bull****.
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    Law, its so boring!
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    ICT... so boring when you know more than the staff who teach it.
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    Biology, loved it, but so different to GCSE
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    Maths *shivers* it's the one subject I REALLY struggle in. I've failed every single (level 2) maths test in my access, and am doing my third and final resit of a mandatory maths unit next month. I need it to pass the course and I'm bricking myself
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    (Original post by lilGem)
    Chemistry, the content in interesting but Salters is satan in exam form :sad:
    So true!
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    General studies!!! Why do I even attend the lesson?
    Exam is on Monday and I haven't looked at a single past paper.
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    (Original post by HopefulMidwife)
    Maths *shivers* it's the one subject I REALLY struggle in. I've failed every single (level 2) maths test in my access, and am doing my third and final resit of a mandatory maths unit next month. I need it to pass the course and I'm bricking myself
    I didn't particularly like learning it but teaching it is something else - absolutely love it.

    For me the worst subject has got to be English because it's never-ending.

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    (Original post by Helloworld_95)
    Biology, I love the subject but hate the exams (AQA, test me on Biology not on interpreting graphs and tables.)
    Agreed! Edexcel biology is exactly the same!!
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    English - it has got to be English. My teacher is always asking "so what is the author trying to say?" after I have given a presentation on it. Not sure if she's been sleeping or just plain deaf. Or she's found a deeper meaning, but feels too good about herself to share it with us...

    But Maths is creeping up to the top position; its not the content that I hate, it's the fact that I never seem to be able to achieve a good grade in Math HL (as you can probably guess, I'm an IB student) but the past paper questions seem so much easier and more straightforward than the questions my teacher writes... :'(
 
 
 
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