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Mine's geography because:

- it's really interesting
- relevant because it's about the world we live in
- i am good at it
- my teachers are good

Hah that sounds so cheesy. Lol. Uhm yeah that doesn't explain very well but i'm just interested in what you like and why coz i'm just...like that...yah.
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Yep mines geography too, for all the same reasons as yours!
But, my fave lesson to go to is Music because we don't actually do anything - we just sit around at the keyboards and talk. Our teacher kindly told us "you wouldn't be pleased with your results" which translated out of teacher language means "you would all fail!" And it doesn't help that shes has only been in for 1 lesson this January as she's been ill. :rolleyes:
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Yep mines geography too, for all the same reasons as yours!
But, my fave lesson to go to is Music because we don't actually do anything - we just sit around at the keyboards and talk. Our teacher kindly told us "you wouldn't be pleased with your results" which translated out of teacher language means "you would all fail!" And it doesn't help that shes has only been in for 1 lesson this January as she's been ill. :rolleyes:
It's well annoying when teachers are ill, even though they can't help it obviously! Last year when i was doing my GCSEs my biology teacher missed half the year so i ended up getting a lower grade than i was capable of. But that's that. Lol. Geography at GCSE was well fun, now it's still my favourite but lessons aren't as fun coz i'm not with the same people.
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GEOGRAPHY! the best subject ever! i happen to be good at, the teachers good (although no-one else thinks hes good) and its easy! but saying that i'm only at GCSE level, but im taking it for A2...
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GEOGRAPHY! the best subject ever! i happen to be good at, the teachers good (although no-one else thinks hes good) and its easy! but saying that i'm only at GCSE level, but im taking it for A2...
Hehe this is turning into a bit of a geography lovers thread . I have three different teachers for geog - 1 for 2 human lessons per week, 1 for 1 physical lesson and another one for another physical lesson. Got the cack one tomorrow. LOL
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Chemistry - because i love it, it is relevant to the world and helps people everyday, and is people. thats whyi'm off to uni to do it
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Everyone loves geography
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Lol, mine is geography too. Mainly because I have a great (and fit ) teacher! History I dislike as a subject but I enjoy the lessons coz there's only 12 of us and the techer is never there so we just sit around talking. And psy lessons are good coz our teacher is CRAZY
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i love history and chemistry....history cause i find it interesting and like the teacher, chemistry cause its so interesting and good teacher also..then again, i love the languages and maths......

is there anything i dont like? :confused: :cool:
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I haven't got a clue really.

Not English.
Not German.
Not Biology.
Not Chemistry.
Not RS.
Not History.
Not Art.

That leaves Physics, Maths, Design.

Not Maths.

Erm, probably not physics.

Design? It's practical and needs thinking, I like it because we have to apply all our mathsy and sciency stuff to something we make... and I'm good at it.
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English, as you get to read the work of great minds and imaginations through the ages. However this could just be general reading, as some books/plays/poetry on the National Curriculum are really dull. Take the play 'Jumpers' by Tom Stoppard as an example: a pretentious and pointless waste of paper.
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English!
Best subject ever.

Intresting, creative and easy
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Theory of Knowledge - it makes you think
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Theory of Knowledge - it makes you think
I'd second that.
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English, as you get to read the work of great minds and imaginations through the ages. However this could just be general reading, as some books/plays/poetry on the National Curriculum are really dull. Take the play 'Jumpers' by Tom Stoppard as an example: a pretentious and pointless waste of paper.
I happen to thing Jumpers is very good.
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Pure maths. It's very deep and interesting. It is very challenging - there's nothing more satisfying than successfully completing a monster of a question. I've also had the same teacher for seven years.

J.
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English - Just cause it's the best

I love it for lots of reasons really. It's creative, it's interesting, it's fun, it's incredibly rewarding, you get insights into different cultures and historical periods, it helps develop communication skills/ confidence/ ability to argue, etc...

The list is endless.
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My favourite subject generally is physics, but my favourite subject at the moment is maths. This is because I'm more interested in theoretical physics, so I really enjoy the maths side. I think they are both very satisfying subjects and can be very challenging.
Although I also really enjoy my other subjects, chemistry and english lit.
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Physics!!

1) I have a wonderful teacher who wrote my IB textbook
2) You don't need to memorize stuff, just understand it
3) everything explained by simple formula and theories
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Theory of Knowledge - it makes you think
I love TOK!
Otherwise, I would sau Physics and English.... I love reading and I like to learn how things actually work, I like the theoretical side of physics, could do without excessive calculations!!
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