I've been at my new school for just under 4 weeks now and have just started my AS levels.
I enjoy them all and have been recieving relatively good grades, until this week I had two maths tests, one I got an A in, the other I got a C/D in...I don't know if this is just subconsciously but my maths since taking the test had been very poor and I understand this is just the easy stuff, so I'm quite worried at how I'm doing poorly now.
I've been thinking (even before the start of term) of changing maths to chemistry. I relatively enjoyed gcse. And recieved a much better mark than expected (better than maths even). My mums adiment though that if I drop maths I become a quitter.
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Maths or Chemistry watch
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- 30-09-2010 22:56
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- 01-10-2010 14:56
Lol. When I started Maths I was getting a U in all the tests we did. I considered dropping it but decided not to, and ended up getting a B at AS. Maths really depends on how much work you dedicate to it. Practice makes perfect. So if you like Maths and want to do it, then don't be put off your C/D and just work harder. Chemistry is much more interesting though.
Edit: Just remember -most peoples work ethic matures throughout the year, you'll find yourself getting better at Maths throughout the year.Last edited by tehsponge; 01-10-2010 at 14:58.
- 01-10-2010 14:58
Lol Maths is alooooot easier than chemistry, believe me when i say that
- 01-10-2010 15:00
i find maths 100% easier than chemistry
- 01-10-2010 15:02
do chemistry, but i am biased
- 01-10-2010 15:10
- 01-10-2010 17:22
Does that answer your question?
I find maths much easier than chemistry.