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    I think it's got to be English...
    What do you think?
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    Entirely dependent on the student

    But i spose history, geography and sciences were interesting but maths and english were boring. Thats just me though.
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    Maths because it is ridiculously easy.
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    Easily citizenship for me. And then OCR nationals IT.
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    it depends on the age of the teacher more than the subject,

    the younger the teacher, generally the better the grades and more interesting the class from my experience
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    ICT by some distance for me. We had really long, boring coursework and the exam material seemed irrelevant and pointless.
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    English? Maybe, but only because students below AS/A-level cant yet properly analyse a text. So maybe it would be boring. But english as a full subject certainly is not.

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    geography.
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    Entirely down to individuals. At the time I would say French, but looking back I really regret not trying harder as I now realise how useful and worthwhile another language would be.
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    (Original post by Kareir)
    English? Maybe, but only because students below AS/A-level cant yet properly analyse a text. So maybe it would be boring. But english as a full subject certainly is not.

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    yeh you could! Obviously not at the same level as A Level but you can...
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    History for me. I was forced to do it. My teachers made it slightly amusing with their craziness (one fell over a chair, slammed against the board and broke both board and chair. The other used to tell us about seeing question marks and rainbows in the sky and how they lead him through life...) but I just didn't enjoy learning every intricate detail about Hitler and his prat-ish ways.
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    Ict, english lit
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    Maths, Art . . .
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    (Original post by Jacke02)
    yeh you could! Obviously not at the same level as A Level but you can...
    I said that. But not to the depth that makes it properly interesting.

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    ICT. The whole course is just coursework that consists of making a database/spreadsheet/presentation exactly like the example they give you.
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    Thread fail.

    Everyone's going to have different answers because

    : Different teachers, how fun the lesson is with the other pupil
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    Oh god definently ICT
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    Administration was the most boring subject imo.
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    (Original post by Ears)
    Easily citizenship for me. And then OCR nationals IT.
    Oh yes

    I found IT to be a very unique case. Instead of learning new things you'd instead have to 'prove' what you already knew by working non-stop by yourself in the lessons. I didn't even manage to finish my work in the lessons and had to do sessions after school, at lunchtime and even one day at half-term. I got 3 distinctions at the end of it all, and despite on paper achieving more than I did with my relatively sub-par C in French, I found French much more rewarding.
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    it just sucked the life out of me
 
 
 

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