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    the history of medicine
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    (Original post by indy_punk)
    rofl @ HearTheThunder (poor u...oh um...wot did happen after that...bet the first aid classes werent that usless eh =p )

    hmm i know im being a thread killer here..but are posts u make on a thread u started also included in ur 'posts' count??... o_O
    Yeah, only not in the "Chat" forum.

    I never did first aid :p: Basically you know the top part of the oven tahts really hot that you shouldn't touch, well I couldn't feel how hot it was so I was lifting something out and it just ignited and I was trying to put them out by smacking them against the side of the oven door, all this black smoke was coming from my area and people started looking over :rolleyes: luckily I put it out before anythign happened.
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    I would say R.E, but everyone's already said it. The most useless subject I learnt has to be MATHS. Hated it completely - pointless to learn and my teacher was totally nuts, he would talk about how Bill Gates was reading our computers and inevitably he was "trying to control us!"
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    (Original post by Moondust)
    I would say R.E, but everyone's already said it. The most useless subject I learnt has to be MATHS. Hated it completely - pointless to learn and my teacher was totally nuts, he would talk about how Bill Gates was reading our computers and inevitably he was "trying to control us!"
    I would've hit your teacher.

    Or at least make him infamous on the Internet
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    PSHE

    i cant even remeber what it was about
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    (Original post by gossip_girl)
    PSHE

    i cant even remeber what it was about
    Oooh, so thats why you...

    Nevermind.


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    lol
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    (Original post by cleas001)
    the history of medicine
    Theres a history of medicine GCSE? thats a bit random!
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    Personal, Social and Health Education O_O jeez
    ooooh in skl the ppl who dint do ICT were forced into typewriter classes that was pointless but fun ^_^
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    RE for a 'half GCSE' whats the point in a 'half GCSE' anyway???
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    or maybe PSHE, but the boys mucking about did make it slightly less boring, ink pellets flying over your every 10 seconds tends to do that to you!!
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    PHSE again has an underlying point, but most people already know the stuff you're taught anyway and those that don't don't listen.

    What about General Studies anyone?
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    RE, cookery and general studies seem to be toppin the list.
    meh..trully pointless though...if its general why make us study it?
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    it would have to be between general studies and I.T. Also, did anyone have an active tutorial where your class spent a lesson a week with your tutor? What a waste of time.
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    Classical Civilisation - Although it was probably the most interesting
    Maths - I think the invention of the calculator made this one obsolete
    RE - Why not just call it 'Christian Studies' ?
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    drama. It was just so useless to me.
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    German
 
 
 
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