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    Psychology and photography!! My teachers are amazing and so are the subjects
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    Coming to think about it, I'll actually miss so many subjects since I picked the GCSEs that I really enjoy:
    French, Spanish, Computing, History and Physics
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    (Original post by jamierogers21)
    I'll definitely miss RS, actually learnt a lot and had a great teacher. I really enjoyed the exams as well
    What does the abbreviation RS mean? did you drop this subject after GCSE and why?
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    (Original post by Kallisto)
    What does the abbreviation RS mean? did you drop this subject after GCSE and why?
    Religious Studies and I have finished my exams for this subject and plan on dropping it in September. I'm dropping it as there are many other subjects which I prefer and are more relatable to my career aspirations.
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    (Original post by oniisanitstoobig)
    I'm going to miss doing physics to be honest (though I probably will take theoretical physics modules if I get a chance). Unfortunately physics seems to be one of the most mentioned subjects on the other thread.


    (Original post by aamirac)
    I miss computing:
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    Chemistry, Physics, IT
    Trust me, no you don't. Well physics won't be as bad as it was for other years because ISA's have ****ed off. Unless you're school cheated (like most schools in North london but unfortunately not ours), you'd find it difficult to get a good grade in it. I got 37/50 in one of the ISA past papers.... it was an E.
    But A2 physics still has the optional units which are bs.

    Computing is just too much work too. I liked it at GCSE but dropped it for a levels. My friends had to write 110 pages of coursework in a week. Your experience varies depending on if your teacher is actually qualified to teach computer science. Cause our school just hired IT teachers who were worse at coding than some of my friends. Same with a few other schools.

    As for chemistry i just found it boring
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    (Original post by jamierogers21)
    Religious Studies and I have finished my exams for this subject and plan on dropping it in September. I'm dropping it as there are many other subjects which I prefer and are more relatable to my career aspirations.
    I see. And what kind of career are you aiming for yourself? I guess it has nothing to do with religion.
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    (Original post by Kallisto)
    I see. And what kind of career are you aiming for yourself? I guess it has nothing to do with religion.
    Something science-related. Not really too sure what, I keep changing my mind. What about yourself?
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    (Original post by jamierogers21)
    Something science-related. Not really too sure what, I keep changing my mind. What about yourself?
    I am out of my school days now. Have not regretted my choices till the end of my exams, except Latin. In retrospect, French would have been the better choice. Maybe...
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    English Literature, French, Geography and Computing.


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    definitely spanish and drama
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    (Original post by jamierogers21)
    Religious Studies and I have finished my exams for this subject and plan on dropping it in September. I'm dropping it as there are many other subjects which I prefer and are more relatable to my career aspirations.
    It's Religious Education, actually.
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    (Original post by penelopecrux)
    It's Religious Education, actually.
    Yours might be but mine isn't, actually.
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    (Original post by jamierogers21)
    Yours might be but mine isn't, actually.
    What exam board did you do? Let me guess...
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    Edexcel
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    (Original post by penelopecrux)
    What exam board did you do? Let me guess...
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    Nope, AQA
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    (Original post by jamierogers21)
    Nope, AQA
    Oh damn, shutdown.
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    In answer to your question, none of them as I hated all my teachers.
    That anti-climatic comment at the end XD XD XD
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    I'm also going to miss media for some weird reason.. it was just such a fun subject to mess about in lol
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    Maths- it is the most logical subject and i like problem-solving through the questions. Oh well
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