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    English, Biology, RE, History, Drama.I like all my subjects but those above are exceptions.
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    During GCSEs this past year I've genuinely loved History, Maths, English Lit and Biology. I find myself actually looking forwards to those lessons each week 😊
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    Maths. Not only was I good at it, but we had an amazing teacher for such a tiny school. He did a PhD at Oxford and could've easily gone to lecture at university, but he decided he would rather teach and help secondary school students. Very grateful for him
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    Geography
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    Didn't really 'love' any subjects... But I looked forward to: Sciences, ICT, History, German and sometimes English Literature.
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    i adored psychology. the programming side of computing was great too tbh
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    maths
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    Loved History and parts of computing (the maths and programming side, not so much the web design side)
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    Geography-Loved my class
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    All Science classes(Bio,Physics,Chem)
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    Maths
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    Maths, Physics, History, English...so I took them all for A level lel
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    I'm enjoying physics so much rn, as well as maths, Computer science and History
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    Maths, Biology, Chemistry, German. I'd include Physics but my arrogant teacher made it not enjoyable at all.
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    (Original post by emiloujess)
    Yeah! I absolutely loved it - both parts.
    Our teachers thought the better course would be medicine through time, followed by the transformation of surgery, Germany c. 1918 to c. 1945, and Vietnam. The last two weren't too bad, but the first two were detestable, I now despise history as a direct result of the mind numbing boredom and finger numbing writing of these exams.
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    Maths
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    (Original post by emiloujess)
    Yeah! I absolutely loved it - both parts.
    Same! Been so long but definitely one of my favourite classes ever
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    I don't think I could honestly say that I genuinely LOVED any of my subjects. While I did enjoy studying many of them independently, as soon as that study became formalised in a school setting, all the fun was leached out of them.
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    (Original post by Platopus)
    I don't think I could honestly say that I genuinely LOVED any of my subjects. While I did enjoy studying many of them independently, as soon as that study became formalised in a school setting, all the fun was leached out of them.
    This is so true and very well versed.


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    Biology,Sociology and art
 
 
 
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