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    Hey all
    I was just wondering out of interest which subject you find to be the hardest at GCSE level out of all of the subjects?

    Thanks!
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    spanish! Yuck
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    English Lit wasn't too hard but getting an A* was a bit hit and miss.
    The music listening seemed to be more like "write down whatever you can think of and pray the examiner's in a good mood"
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    I found history & drama a bit hard, but GCSEs were piss easy looking back so don't let the teachers scare you. If you're looking for an easy one I strongly suggest a language although it depends what you're good at.
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    arabic :/
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    maths.
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    (Original post by MathsHamster)
    English Lit wasn't too hard but getting an A* was a bit hit and miss.
    The music listening seemed to be more like "write down whatever you can think of and pray the examiner's in a good mood"
    Yes and yes. One time we were doing a practice listening exam and on the mark scheme one of the acceptable answers was "hypnotic rhythms", the whole class went WTF?!
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    French, pah! :lol:
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    (Original post by PAA!)
    spanish! Yuck
    first response got it right
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    To get an A* for English Lit. Languages are generally the hardest
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    Art for ME that is. It is the most time consuming and i hate it with a passion.

    Though, i would suspect it would be Maths on a general view, as it is for the more intelligent minds.
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    Drama.

    But then I would say that.
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    Maths for me :shy2:
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    Think it might be History or Triple Science.
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    none of them - all gcses are piss
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    French!
    But thats just propably because i never paid attention to all the past participle, reflexive whatnot, and ireegular stuff.......

    It was all chinese to me!
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    Chemistry
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    Chemistry; omg I just sat there in some lessons
    wondering if my teacher was still speaking english

    closely followed by Physics.
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    (Original post by Awesomesauce)
    Art for ME that is. It is the most time consuming and i hate it with a passion.

    Though, i would suspect it would be Maths on a general view, as it is for the more intelligent minds.
    a kind of intelligence thankyou.
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    For the amount of information one needs to learn, History. Other competitors, Art, Maths and perhaps Physics for me.

    I'm not really sure about the people above mentioning English lit. and Spanish - they're easy!
 
 
 
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