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    What is it that you like about maths?
    'easy' in that if you get the answer right, that's it, perfectly possible to get 100 in an exam. Whereas people really struggle and stress (and rightly so) with things like English lit, etc, sometimes fun/useful.
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    (Original post by Samii123)
    I find that the content is usually interesting but I'm just not a fan of the essay writing!
    i dont mind it, but the timing is too strict!
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    'easy' in that if you get the answer right, that's it, perfectly possible to get 100 in an exam. Whereas people really struggle and stress (and rightly so) with things like English lit, etc, sometimes fun/useful.
    Well I can see why you also enjoy quizzing!
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    (Original post by Samii123)
    Well I can see why you also enjoy quizzing!
    :lol: I never thought about it that way before, but you're right
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    Latin and do I even really need a reason.. it's just amazing.
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    i dont mind it, but the timing is too strict!
    I can relate to that a lot! In most history exams I've taken I've had like two minutes to re read all my work at the end of it!
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    (Original post by niv1234)
    Latin and do I even really need a reason.. it's just amazing.
    The college that I'm going to in September requires students to take an enrichment activity ok top of their A-levels. One of the activities are GCSE Latin so I am considering in taking that. The terminology I could learn could also help me in the sciences - particularly biology.
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    English Literature because the texts we study are so beautiful :bubbles::lovedup:
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    (Original post by Samii123)
    The college that I'm going to in September requires students to take an enrichment activity ok top of their A-levels. One of the activities are GCSE Latin so I am considering in taking that. The terminology I could learn could also help me in the sciences - particularly biology.
    Oh Ok, I just finished GCSE Latin last week.Thats really nice. Also for GCSE you would also have to do some prose and verse.
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    Has to be economics for me. It's just so interesting and relevant. It also combines lots of different areas of subjects (business,sociology,maths, maybe saying psychology is stretching it a bit, but it does involve why people make certain decisions and choices). That overlap then also makes it easier to spot links between subjects which is great 😊
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    Physics because it explains how pretty much everything works
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    french & science
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    How are your English exams going?
    Well the first one went so-so, but the second one went brilliantly, it's just fingers crossed for the third! How about you? :-)
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    my favourite subject is chemistry as it is intresting and you get to do experiment which really enjoy
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    Well the first one went so-so, but the second one went brilliantly, it's just fingers crossed for the third! How about you? :-)
    I had my English lit exams last year. This year its just language IGCSE and I thought it went pretty well. I need 39 for an A*.
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    Physics because it explains how pretty much everything works
    I love physics for that very reason too!
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    Business Studies because you can easily relate it to the world around you... and I can't wait to take Economics next year!
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    I love it so much I REALLY enjoyed doing my GCSE exam on Wednesday!
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    Languages, in particular English/Russian I used to cry in primary school if we didn't have an English lesson :rofl: At university, my favourite subject was translation :gah: Theory part was not fun but the actual production of translation is best part
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    Mathematics :love:

    Not only is it really interesting but it also underpins the world we live in :yep:
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    (Original post by Oxymorons)
    Geography, especially the human part of it. Love to learn about the urban environments and tourism rn.
    Finally found someone who actually loves urban environments!!
    do you find it easy and if yes,how come?
    I really struggle on this topic as we have rushed through it.
 
 
 
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