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    Latin because it's interesting and hard
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    Maths which is an unpopular opinion haha, not so much a level maths though! -.-
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    Citizenship - interesting and easy
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    (Original post by JulietheCat)
    Latin because it's interesting and hard
    I do Latin too - thought we were the only school that did!!!!! My favourite subject.... possibly Music but none of my friends do it so I sit awkwardly on my own
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    (Original post by xTashax)
    Maths which is an unpopular opinion haha, not so much a level maths though! -.-
    I like maths and sciece, cause not many people choose it. People consider me a geek or a nerd. However, I am the most popular kid in the school :/ .. becasue I was put up 2 years
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    (Original post by JulietheCat)
    Latin because it's interesting and hard
    :yes:
    I love Latin as well! Our teacher is amazing
    Are you doing OCR for the set texts?
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    (Original post by ChocolateMelody)
    I do Latin too - thought we were the only school that did!!!!! My favourite subject.... possibly Music but none of my friends do it so I sit awkwardly on my own
    That succkss.... happens to me in 1 lesson as all my friends were late due to an accident and I was sitting there with all the people I dont even know :'(
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    (Original post by Bude8)
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    I love Latin as well! Our teacher is amazing
    Are you doing OCR for the set texts?
    Are you doing IB?
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    I enjoyed a lot of my GCSEs, but actually enjoyed drama the most. I didn't take acting in Y11, I took lighting, which meant I learned a lot of the technical side of things including how to operate all of the lights, what to do to get the best effects etc, and I enjoyed watching productions to see how their lighting was done. I had to do a ridiculously huge portfolio of research, but I enjoyed every bit of it.

    I also liked music, but I'd been learning instruments since I was 8 so music didn't really get challenging until AS Level, which I struggled with because it was very much theory based.
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    (Original post by xoxAngel_Kxox)
    I enjoyed a lot of my GCSEs, but actually enjoyed drama the most. I didn't take acting in Y11, I took lighting, which meant I learned a lot of the technical side of things including how to operate all of the lights, what to do to get the best effects etc, and I enjoyed watching productions to see how their lighting was done. I had to do a ridiculously huge portfolio of research, but I enjoyed every bit of it.

    I also liked music, but I'd been learning instruments since I was 8 so music didn't really get challenging until AS Level, which I struggled with because it was very much theory based.
    I was honestly never into drama. My teacher hated me which ruined it for me for life. She always put everyone in the group A's abut me-the lead actor-gets a D
    So I didn't choose it for iGCSE and probably will never do it again :/
    But cool answer. I thumbed you up... Whatever that is.
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    (Original post by Luky-roll)
    Are you doing IB?
    Yup :yes:, next academic year (this September)
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    (Original post by ChocolateMelody)
    I do Latin too - thought we were the only school that did!!!!! My favourite subject.... possibly Music but none of my friends do it so I sit awkwardly on my own
    I've actually studied by myself. Did have some help from a friend who was self studying it. And it is OCR
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    (Original post by Bude8)
    Yup :yes:, next academic year (this September)
    Wow, that's awesome. Hope you do well. My brother got a 43. Including TOK and EE
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    spanish innit
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    Religious Education I think because its so interesting and quite easy to do


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    Spanish or Chemistry

    Spanish is so fun to speak and I love learning about different cultures and traditions and Chemistry because its so interesting learning about how all these medicines are made and I love bringing the environmental aspect into the subject
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    History! It's just so interesting and fascinating!
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    Art! Most creative subject you could probably ever do!
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    Chemistry, hope I love it too at a levels.
 
 
 
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