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    Biology, closely followed by Geography, both at AS. Some of the content was actually interesting; but the teachers weren't and the whole of the courses were just remembering the content and regurgitating it on a piece of paper for the exams.
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    Physics. I took 3 sciences and Economics. I have come to hate physics with a passion.
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    Economics. :sigh:
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    (Original post by Linweth)
    :O Take that back!

    What do you actually do besides look at rocks?
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    None of the A Levels I am doing are boring on the whole, however, as much as I love Geography, the fieldwork and research part of the Unit 2 syllabus is really tedious. Just a small part though and the other parts make up for it
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    Biology, hate it with a passion, but then i do have a sh*t teacher. I wish i'd taken art or psychology instead. Chemistry however :sexface:.
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    A bit specific I know - but some of the Micro parts of A2 Economics (in particular, market structures). Macro on the other hand, is great.
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    Of all A levels, Buisness studies.
    Of my A levels, Biology..
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    Of my choices, probably biology, thing is i like biology, but the way the syllabus sets it out makes it so horrible and boring.

    I do physics and maths and they're both far more interesting.
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    (Original post by Linweth)
    :O Take that back!



    It keeps you insane?
    I guess that for me the content is the easiest to understand and learn than the content other subjects; physics chemistry and history. But this is only because I love the anatomy and physiology. I think that at times chemistry can boring but its no a big deal because I love the organic side to it; and most of it is organic.
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    (Original post by VictoriaG)
    I liked the first year of English Language, but then the second year isn't really doing it for me, despite that fact I have new and better teachers.
    How come the second year isn't doing it for you? I find learning about childrens language development is a lot better than putting pieces of writing into groups determined by discourse structure:confused:
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    (Original post by pinda.college)
    How come the second year isn't doing it for you? I find learning about childrens language development is a lot better than putting pieces of writing into groups determined by discourse structure:confused:
    I find it so hard to even remember all the child language acquisition, I got a D in the exam, whereas I got an A quite easily last year as I quite enjoyed it.
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    Depending on the topics, History can be pretty boring.
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    Geography - rivers and coasts module for AS. My God I wanted to die.

    Oddly enough, I got 97% for it - the highest module grade our school had ever had. :lolwut:
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    People say 'it comes down to preference,' but i disagree. I think if you have the right teacher, any subject could be interesting. I used to love all my subjects at GCSE because i had amazing teachers, then i went to college and my biology teacher is unimaginably boring...So i'm sort of disliking the subject now.
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    General Studies!!!
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    All of them.

    For me it would have been Chemistry had I done it.
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    geography and business studies...blah
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    ****ing your teacher.
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    Citizenship, partly due to the fact it's complusory and because the teacher just drones on...
 
 
 
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