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    (Original post by Cool_JordH)
    I've never studied Citizenship. But General Studies basically you learn how people should conserve their space such as why is it wrong to build houses beautiful surroundings... What it means to be powerful (as in how what's fair and what's not like government controlling minimum wages). (All this yr)

    I honestly can't even remember what the exam was on last yr.
    haha that does sound boring, did u chose to do it or did the college make you

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    Economics for me. I did A level and it sucked.
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    (Original post by XXSimmyXX)
    haha that does sound boring, did u chose to do it or did the college make you

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    It is boring! And sixth form makes every student do it at AS and A2 But I refused to go to lessons cause I said it was just too **** and teachers who teach it aren't even social sciences teachers. They are other non-specialists like D&T and Music teachers
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    I found maths statistics really boring
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    Geography...As if there wasn't enough suffering in the world already. The devil had to arise from the depths of hell to personally deliver it himself.

    My Geography teacher ---> :shoot: <---- Me
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    (Original post by Wor Carroll)
    Maths

    Why would I need to know the gradient of a curve or the area underneath it? It's just so repetitive and boring!!
    I know this is an old post but the thread is still going. Calculus was one of the greatest discoveries in the history of mankind. Modern A level students can follow in the footsteps of three of the greatest minds in history. And you think it is boring ?
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    Geography...As if there wasn't enough suffering in the world already. The devil had to arise from the depths of hell to personally deliver it himself.

    My Geography teacher ---> :shoot: <---- Me
    Hahaha! I feel the exact same way about english literature... oh my goooosh I hate it will passion only a month in! And that's coming from a straight A* english lit gcse student

    I love philosophy it's amazing if you're a deep thinker, I personally think it's great for more introverted people

    History I love which was expected but I understand how it can be terribly boring for those who dont enjoy it and didn't love it at Gcse.

    Government and politics... almost fell asleep just typing it. That's only because I don't have much political knowledge yet so can't join in as much as others.

    I just wish I had taken science subjects and maths too but it's so hard to choose a levels when you're at the same level for every subject D:
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    The people who said sciences and maths are boring A levels should be permabanned

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    (Original post by MairiTheMack)
    Sociology interesting!?

    Whever I walk into that class I want to kill myself.

    Psychology is where it's at
    Psychology is da bomb
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    I have that problem in my GCSE French class.

    In lessons, I've ended up getting in loads of trouble from being so utterly bored that I've started playing up, or from falling asleep. I've also had meltdowns when people don't understand it :/ This is someone who wants to be a French teacher...

    The weird thing is that I did my French oral-
    In the GCSE I got an A.
    In the AS (I'm doing my AS and GCSE both in Year 11), I got an A*.

    That was weird.
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    Definitely chemistry out of the sciences, damn mechanisms
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    I find it easy, and sometimes I enjoy it, but generally I find it dull and don't understand why I must memorise all of these verbs and word classes
 
 
 
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