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    Physics - teachers cant teach and the textbook is just as useless so we're all failing...
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    Either physics or ICT. It was a tie up between which one to drop this year. But I figured I hated physics more. My physics teachers were awful and got really annoyed when I asked for help. One of my ICT teachers is absolutely useless - last year at AS I had to resit her module and still came out with a D. She hasn't got a ******* clue.
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    maths hands down, not bug fan of m1 teachers, just chatted crap
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    Last year it was French :rant:
    This year it's chemistry.
    Starting to really love maths though :love:
    Wish i'd taken the whole FM a level instead of just starting AS this year :daydreaming:
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    maths but it has always been maths. algebra and percentages annoy me but I love square roots and that is all.
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    Geography.

    You have NO idea.
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    Mine was French. The only good thing about it was the final GCSE interview.
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    (Original post by AwesomeNoise)
    Biology. Most of the exam is guesswork which is pretty stupid they always ask you the questions in such a complicated way you end up answering something totally different and you lose loads of marks over it
    Spot on!

    The subject itself is alright but the exam questions are a pain in the ass!
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    Physics - teachers cant teach and the textbook is just as useless so we're all failing...
    You can learn physics. Everywhere. Just look around and observe.













    and then past the rest of you life trying to come up with a Mathematical proof of your theory. Today science isn't that same thing. You play with numbers. You do something in a white room. Bit boring.:p:
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    i hate languages the most.
    second is religious studies.
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    psychology

    absolute ******** of a subject and a doss - i got an A doing **** all and making things up.
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    It's a toss up between Maths and French.
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    Study Skills. 60 minutes that have been cruely *******ised into a complete waste. Why they made it mandatory I'll never know.
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    general studies.

    so many forced to do it and for what?


    If everybody took further maths I think that would be very unpopular as well.
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    Chemistry is the bain of my life at the moment.
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    French, with a passion
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    physics!!!!!
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    History...I'm just so bad at it! And I don't understand the cartoon source questions...my teacher was all they were drawn for a newspaper in the olden days...how can you not get them? Haha I hate it
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    Maths is absolutely revolting.
 
 
 

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