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    When I started my GCSE's I got to drop a few subjects. The one which I hated the most and wanted to drop the most was dance. What is your 'glad to drop' subject?
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    Physics
    You can't pay me enough to love mechanics.
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    Citizenship and drama!
    I used to bunk those lessons in the toilet.
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    (Original post by Pink lipstick)
    Physics
    You can't pay me enough to love mechanics.
    Same. I know physics is a 'useful' subject, but... IT'S JUST SO BORING!!!
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    Maths (after I finished school)
    Tech (after Year 9 - pointless subject. When was I ever going to go into woodwork?)
    Music (after Year 9 - all we really did was play xylophones anyway)
    Media studies (after my AS year at college, my class was full of chavs and most of them didn't even get a passing grade, I was one of the only people that did)
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    History

    f dat
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    French! Was also glad when Chemistry was over!
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    it was a case of good-****ing-riddance to geography. absolute waste of hours of my life.
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    Physics because I found it so boring.
    Spanish because I absolutely hated the way that it was taught and the teacher, even though I actually really like languages.
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    Never dropped a subject but I was absolutely over the moon once gcse physics was over!


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    so glad to get rid of english, what honest use is any of it in life (besides being able to read/write)

    i have never needed to compare poetry, show how the length of stanzas effects the poets mood or the meataphors or whatever other s*** its meant to be!
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    For GCSE I so glad to be able to drop French, D&T, Music, Art, ICT and pratical PE, I was so bad at all of them
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    Art

    What a waste of time.
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    Geography - I found it sooo boring!! There were also a couple of subjects I would have been glad to drop but I couldn't, like citizenship and R.E which are compulsory at my school

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    History.

    Who cares about the past, move on and learn about the future (Geography).


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    Biology and Eng.Lit.


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    business studies

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    Citizenship...then realised at A Level I missed having a doss lesson...
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    I never took it for GCSE but I was glad twhen P.E. was no longer compulsory
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    History (fiasco, no idea why I took that for GCSE!), English, and English Lit. I enjoyed the rest of my GCSE subjects - those were the crappy ones.
 
 
 
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