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    What are your favourite school subjects so far?

    It can be because you just like it or you just find it easy.

    For me, it's chemistry and maths. Chemistry because I find it interesting, and maths because i find it easy to grasp.

    Sorry, can't fit in all the subjects. Please specify your "Foreign Languages" or "Others" favorite subject.
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    Art cos although it's loads of work i don't feel like i'm working when i do it. My art teach is fab and i just really enjoy it! :p:
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    chemistry - because it's fun and piss easy.
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    Economics - because it's interesting and moreover really easy
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    French because it's really interesting, I love being able to speak a foreign language and it's pretty easy
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    Maths all the way, followed by the sciences...I lost all respect for humanities during GCSE's, shame because there is so much that is interesting about them
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    Eng Lit and Latin. I still miss Greek.
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    Politics-constantly changing issues, fundemental to everything an interesting subject to study.

    heatre Studies/Drama-I love theatre and I love plays and I find discussing the role that theatre plays in society fascinating.
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    I've made a mistake. As soon as I opened the topic, I voted chemistry, but then realised I actually prefer maths.
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    English literature: I enjoy analysing poetry, novels and plays. So many meanings and possible implications. Great to discuss with interested people and the teacher.

    History: :love:

    Biology: Particularly human biology. Oh, it's great.
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    latin! (i'll put this as other, because it's not that foreign a language)

    english is mostly outside the classroom for me these days. or was.
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    German and French aren't particularly foreign languages either - they're so similar to English.
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    I loved history, and don't really understand why i didn't pick it for GCSE in year 9! Oh yeah, i remember that at the time i wanted to be a travel agent so picked geography instead :rolleyes:

    What was i thinking?
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    (Original post by rainjan_4now)
    I loved history, and don't really understand why i didn't pick it for GCSE in year 9! Oh yeah, i remember that at the time i wanted to be a travel agent so picked geography instead :rolleyes:

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    I did both geography and history, liked both

    fave subjects at GCSE were maths, science, geo, history.
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    So far the most liked subjects are English Literature, Chemistry, and Maths, all with 7 votes.

    :rolleyes: :cool: :p: :confused: :eek: :mad:

    Most unliked, or least liked rather, is English Language with a single vote followed with Physics with 4 votes.

    :rolleyes: :cool: :p: :confused: :eek: :mad:

    Foreign Languages include (according to replies): French (2), Latin (2), Greek, German

    Others include: Art, Economics, and Politics

    Analysis later!! Cheers
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    Really enjoyed all of them (expect PE, but I don't suppose that can be called a GCSE qualification expect for those who choose the GCSE in it because it is non-examined). It helped condsiderably having enthusiatic teachers whoare actually interested in the subject they're teaching.
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    i have really enjoyed most of my subjects too, but my favourites have to be maths, chemistry, latin and greek. they are very interesting and sometimes easy, but also sometimes challenging
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    Physics and German...
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    My fav school subjest where geography and spanish!
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    English language (for the creative writing aspect, always favoured it over lit for some reason), Art and Latin (for GCSE- Alevel's a killer when you do it through correspondence)
 
 
 

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