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    (Original post by lucyx)
    Ah shame, it's always sad when a teacher ruins a subject

    yeah no wonder i was not motivated enough for that subject.
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    Economics IGCSE. That's really the only subject I've given up so far and it's not really that I wanted to give it up, but rather that I had to since it put too much pressure on me. But I really liked it though.
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    (Original post by trustmeimlying1)
    dont be hassling him you:P

    but yeh chemistry is :cool:

    however I found chem in secondary school difficult at times...pinickidy

    whereas in uni tis a different ball game..much more practical!
    Hassling? What hassling? I'm merely steering him away from physics and saying that chemistry is indeed cool. *innocent face*

    :rolleyes:
    Pinickidy?

    Yay! But I'm not going to do chemistry at uni, I will at A-Level though.
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    (Original post by karmacrunch)
    Hassling? What hassling? I'm merely steering him away from physics and saying that chemistry is indeed cool. *innocent face*

    :rolleyes:
    Pinickidy?

    Yay! But I'm not going to do chemistry at uni, I will at A-Level though.
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    leave him alone kid unless yeh want trouble

    yeh its like really...picky p with regards to definitions wording and marking schemes etc..rather than understanding

    amateur....
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    (Original post by trustmeimlying1)
    leave him alone kid unless yeh want trouble

    yeh its like really...picky p with regards to definitions wording and marking schemes etc..rather than understanding

    amateur....
    *rolls eyes* :mmm:

    Yeah, I still like chem though. Surely you should be defending me? He said he didn't like chemistry though!

    What? I want to do NatSci and I would like to do chemistry in probably year 1 & 2. So no.

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    I'm 20 now so this is some time ago but I was most relieved to give up art and French. Because I was useless at both subjects. I would of loved to have been good at French but never had an ear for languages and couldn't care less that I was bad at art.
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    (Original post by karmacrunch)
    *rolls eyes* :mmm:

    Yeah, I still like chem though. Surely you should be defending me? He said he didn't like chemistry though!

    What? I want to do NatSci and I would like to do chemistry in probably year 1 & 2. So no.

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    chem is fun but hassling people is another thing

    no idea what that is..but im sure its inferior:cool:

    *strolls away confidently*
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    A level maths. The jump from GCSE to AS was tricky enough, coupled with the fact I had to teach myself Stats 1 due to having an unqualified, powerpoint loving teacher, and the addition of a horrific core 2 exam.
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    (Original post by trustmeimlying1)
    chem is fun but hassling people is another thing

    no idea what that is..but im sure its inferior:cool:

    *strolls away confidently*
    Sorry then! (I still can't tell if you're being sarcastic?)

    How you wish...

    Fine bysie bye. You need to give a hug to someone of your thread :rolleyes:
    (Not me) *walks away*
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    I was happy to drop Law AS

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    At a-level, i was most relieved about getting rid of general studies. Need i say more.
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    Also i was glad to get rid of PE
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    Physics(thanks to crappy teachers) and biology.


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    Deffo a level photography !
    It was my fav subject at gcse but I just wanted to spend time on my essay based subjects rather than photography in a level so very glad to not be doing that anymore


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    Tie between A level History and Politics - probably History, I enjoyed Politics lessons more
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    for me the best moment was when i dropped design never again...
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    Difficult question.

    I think in terms of hatred for a subject then not having to take Art after Year 9 was definitely a good moment. In terms of 'dropping' a subject then i am glad that i have completed A-Level Chemistry and do not need to go anywhere near that again.

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    (Original post by Fuenciado)
    A level maths. The jump from GCSE to AS was tricky enough, coupled with the fact I had to teach myself Stats 1 due to having an unqualified, powerpoint loving teacher, and the addition of a horrific core 2 exam.
    Edexcel maths?
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    Well after year 9 I just blatantly refused to do PE and eventually they took it off my timetable and that was like the happiest day of my life so far hahaha, it was the most torturous and painful thing I've ever endured hahaha. Most of the other subjects I did for GCSE I quite liked, although I'm glad to have dropped physics! Pretty much school in general wasn't a fun time for me ahaa :P
 
 
 
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