Biology, it's truly fascinating to learn about how organisms work personally.
fav subject and why? watch
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Agriculture, got to know where your food comes from.
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- 04-04-2016 22:31
German - it's such a lovely language and the lessons are really fun, also it just comes really easily to me and I love it
I'll be so sad when I have to drop it next year
- 04-04-2016 22:38
Physics-because it gives you a different way to look at the world.
during GCSE, I really enjoyed history because you can learn a lot from the past and there's nothing more satisfying than a well structured, slaying argumentLast edited by Ishea16; 04-04-2016 at 22:43.
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i find history interesting, but as a subject, annoying because of trying to remember everything
the only part of english lit i like is an inspector calls because i agree with Priestley's views so it's easy for me to analyse his messages more
maths is like that one friend who you sometimes f***ing hate and also really like...when you master topics its satisfying, when you see sh*t that looks like its in another form of language i hate it
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- 05-04-2016 00:00
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.