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    (Original post by Nav_Mallhi)
    General studies!!! Why do I even attend the lesson?
    Exam is on Monday and I haven't looked at a single past paper.
    Does ANYONE look at general studies past papers!?!
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    (Original post by Mr Advice)
    I didn't particularly like learning it but teaching it is something else - absolutely love it.

    For me the worst subject has got to be English because it's never-ending.

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    Eek, how can you enjoy teaching it?! You'd hate teaching me it, as I'm so dense about it

    I agree with you RE English, though. I'm very good at it, but I don't like studying it lol.
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    (Original post by HopefulMidwife)
    Eek, how can you enjoy teaching it?! You'd hate teaching me it, as I'm so dense about it

    I agree with you RE English, though. I'm very good at it, but I don't like studying it lol.
    I can only teach upto key stage 2 so it's not too difficult. But when the kids are advanced, it becomes a bit hard But the actual process of 'doing the math' I love especially if it's on a whiteboard or using a red pen on white paper lol.

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    (Original post by Mr Advice)
    I can only teach upto key stage 2 so it's not too difficult. But when the kids are advanced, it becomes a bit hard But the actual process of 'doing the math' I love especially if it's on a whiteboard or using a red pen on white paper lol.

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    I wish I had a teacher like you growing up! Nobody ever really took the time to help me with maths and now, at nearly 20, I don't even know my times tables (bar the 2s, 5s, and 10s)
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    Physics, I just find it so hard to understand And I'm slowly starting to go off biology, I do like the subject content (except for biodiversity/sampling...) but the exams are horrible! Weirdly worded questions wanting specific answers.


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    AS Chemistry, I love it but hate it too! So hard.
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    A2 Biology

    I hate it so much but I need to do well in it D:
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    I'm going to go against many people and say I love maths..

    Much hate for Chemistry.. For all I know my chemistry teacher could be making it all up.. He even said "you know what Chemistry's like, we'll call them imaginary bonds instead"!!
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    I agree, Physics is a b!tch!
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    Chemistry!
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    Politics is a mix for me, at times I love it, other times I hate it. Compared to my other subjects (maths & physics) it just doesn't make the grade.

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    (Original post by HopefulMidwife)
    I wish I had a teacher like you growing up! Nobody ever really took the time to help me with maths and now, at nearly 20, I don't even know my times tables (bar the 2s, 5s, and 10s)
    It's never too late to learn and with something like basic maths it's so important you do.

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    When i did my a-levels, mine was maths.
    It was just so hard, i didnt understand half of it and i really struggled.
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    physics, however much i learn the book I never improve in past papers -_- the books are rubbish, i have literally seen an answer in a past paper where you had to use an equation not in any of the 5 physics text books i have! -_- my fav is bio :P
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    History. I used to love it so and was fascinated by it and still do as a kind of abstract construct which I can study and enjoy of my own accord. However as an AS subject it can screw off. Pitt to Peel is the most horrendously dull and dis-interesting course I've ever seen and makes me want to gouge my eyes out with a blunt spork, as well as whichever tosspot at OCR thought it was a nice idea. This in spite of having the most charismatic and awesome teacher in the school for it too.
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    (Original post by Mr Advice)
    It's never too late to learn and with something like basic maths it's so important you do.

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    Yeah, I'm doing a Maths course with LearnDirect at the moment :-)
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    Design and Technology - a huge amount of coursework as well as a 2hr exam on fabric, just perfect


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    (Original post by Brandon_RNS)
    Business Studies smh so much bull crap to take in


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    YES!!!!!! I despise it :mad::confused:
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    Maths for me, I hated it when the teacher used to go 'round the class asking us individual questions. It was so humiliating when I (more often than not) got a simple question wrong. Maths has always been my weak point.
 
 
 
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