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    maths - logical, only one answer
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    (Original post by Ribenas)
    English lit - you can never be wrong as long as you justify your points
    philosophy bc i can argue against ppl and feel that i'm right with sufficient enough quality examples and evidence
    or maths bc i'm good at it, not brilliant, just good
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    (Original post by thefatone)
    philosophy bc i can argue against ppl and feel that i'm right with sufficient enough quality examples and evidence
    or maths bc i'm good at it, not brilliant, just good
    But with maths there is not space for interpretation you are either right or wrong
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    (Original post by Ribenas)
    But with maths there is not space for interpretation you are either right or wrong

    that's why i like it

    (Original post by Trapz99)
    Maths because it's fun! Except mechanics. That sucks ****
    but it's satisfying when you have the powah to do it right then you feel awesome after right?
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    (Original post by thefatone)
    but it's satisfying when you have the powah to do it right then you feel awesome after right?
    Yeah it's satisfying when I master a topic but I find core maths and further pure more interesting.
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    politics, because it's about how the human world works - that's pretty cool, right?
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    (Original post by thefatone)
    that's why i like it



    but it's satisfying when you have the powah to do it right then you feel awesome after right?
    I guess maths is always easier to self asses because the answer is usually clear.
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    (Original post by Ribenas)
    I guess maths is always easier to self asses because the answer is usually clear.
    yup
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    Geography.... I just love it.
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    (Original post by Trapz99)
    Maths because it's fun! Except mechanics. That sucks ****
    http://youtu.be/njbJArVPDuc

    (Tbf tho it's interesting)
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    I'm in Y12 but I'll slide in anyway

    I love all my subjects for different reasons

    Maths - just love it
    Politics - enjoy debate and learning about a wide variety of topics
    Biology - really interesting
    History - again really interesting and love it
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    Mine was PE!! Loved it....

    And Chemistry
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    (Original post by Trapz99)
    Maths because it's fun! Except mechanics. That sucks ****
    Decision sucked ****
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    (Original post by ZuluK)
    Decision sucked ****
    Really? I've done some decision math on my own and found it pretty interesting, if a bit easy. What's so bad about it? I'll be doing it at school next year.
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    (Original post by Trapz99)
    Maths because it's fun! Except mechanics. That sucks ****
    Mechanics?? Don't you mean statistics eeesh
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    (Original post by Trapz99)
    Really? I've done some decision math on my own and found it pretty interesting, if a bit easy. What's so bad about it? I'll be doing it at school next year.
    Nope I hated it with a passion! I was more of a stats and core girl... I just didn't get it but you might like it
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    English lit (although I don't do it anymore le cri) because it's fun to be able to interpret a text in your own way as opposed to maths where there's a set way of answering a question, you can be more creative with literature & include your perspective

    Maths, contradicting to my last point, because it's challenging and I particularly prefer algebra and the way numbers and letters come together in an equation

    French because I just find it unbelievable that people think in other languages and live their life through another language and I find it so interesting and creative
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    (Original post by h8skoooooool)
    Mechanics?? Don't you mean statistics eeesh
    Nah statistics is fine, I can't wait till I'm done with mechanics (on 17th June when I have my last mechanics exam) though
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    (Original post by Trapz99)
    Nah statistics is fine, I can't wait till I'm done with mechanics (on 17th June when I have my last mechanics exam) though
    Ah I'm sitting M1 that day, it's my last exam for AS - though I'll probably do M2 next year. I just don't feel like I learn anything in stats, it's just numbers in equations, but you actually have to think about mech questions.
 
 
 
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