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    Maths, because it's interesting and easy to revise as there's only one answer.
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    none so far, due to my January results
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    Sociology was probably my least stressful, I think I was quite lucky in that a lot of it came naturally and it was interesting.

    But my absolute favourite was Law. I had an awesome teacher who made the whole thing so, so interesting and even though I personally found it to be my hardest A-Level I didn't mind putting in the extra time and effort because I really enjoyed it. I wanted a cross of the two so my degree is Criminology with Psychology (my other A-Level, wasn't too sure of it then but thought it might be useful - hate it now!), but I really do wish I had stuck with Law. Loved every second!
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    (Original post by Economi)
    Maths, because it's interesting and easy to revise as there's only one answer.
    ^precisely. I can't deal with all the wishy-washyness (sorry can't think of a better word!) of all the essay stuff... not to mention the fact that I can't write essays!


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    Mathematics; especially pure stuff.
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    Definitely Chemistry, every topic we cover is just so interesting so it's actually enjoyable to study it even though it can be pretty difficult in places. I would have said Biology too, but I can't stand the ecology side of it (especially the stuff covered in the OCR syllabus) even though the human biology stuff is amazing
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    Psychology and English literature and language.
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    Physics, can't think how people can go about in their day to day lives without wondering how the universe is the way it is and what laws govern the way it works.

    Then again, mathematics is the language of physics, so that's also pretty cool
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    Psychology. I absolutely ADORE it. Followed closely by biology and then chemistry. I love learning about how things work. Doesn't matter what they are, the human mind, biological processes or chemical processes. They're all amazing to study to me. haha.
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    Maths/Further maths, everything except applied modules cos they suck, guess because i find it pretty interesting though.
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    (Original post by beansontoast93)
    The ones I enjoyed the most where History and English lit and lang. I had a really good teacher for History, who made a topic I usually would have no interest in (American history from 1800's to 1969) to being really interesting. And English has always been a bit of a passion of mine.
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    English Literature, because it is so enjoyable that it doesn't feel like work!
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    maths..surprisingly :rolleyes:

    i also llike the human sides of biology
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    Biology!
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    Definitely Physics right now!
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    It's got to be physics, for me!
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    Maths-its really interesting and i can study for hours.
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    Physics. Maths isn't far behind, though...


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    I love Chemistry. Love doing the experiment and calculations and love answering chemical questions. (don't even ask).
    There's a certain beauty attached to chemistry
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    (Original post by AlphaNick)
    Physics, that AQA specification makes me :eek::eek::eek:
    I'm on the AQA spec. It's awesome!
 
 
 
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