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    I never had a favourite subject; it would probably depend on the unit I'm studying or the time of the year. But probably biology, even though I was always slightly better at humanitarian subjects (though I absolutely hated the sciencey geography part of humanities).
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    GCSE French and Chemistry ftw! I fully intend to take both of these to A-Level

    French because I love the language, it will be ever so useful in the future, and my teacher is amazing and makes it interesting! Chemistry because I find it interesting and although I find bonding and the structure of substances (AQA, C2) hard to get my head around sometimes it's a great subject and relevant today.
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    Music because I can be most creative.

    Philosophy/RS because I can debate with other's and not look like a massive opinionated idiot (if I did that out of class I'd look like that lol)
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    I guess I like all the subjects I've chosen since I did pick them. The only thing that I sometimes despise is Maths, but I just realise that I just need to practice and know things and know where to apply methods and it'll be smooth sailing. Same thing goes for the listening part of Music, and also french.

    But I love the sciences and I feel confident in them, and I find them all pretty interesting.
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    Chemistry and Maths, because I'm good at them. But both teachers were absent for like 2 months of my education, which I wasn't too pleased about.
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    French or Sociology
    French because I just really enjoy learning the language and Sociology because I think it's really interesting learning about the different sociological theories and why society is the way it is
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    Going to revive this thread if its alright.
    Fav subject is definitely history, I find it so interesting and I enjoy analysing material with my classmates.
    A close second would be biology. Also very fascinating.
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    Spanish! I love languages so much and they're so, so important. I love not only learning the language and being able to speak it, but also learning about the culture. I'm so excited for A-Level!
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    Maths - I love it so much because I find it fascinating!
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    Español, Coz' it was fun
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    Maths! Because it's the only one with real and interesting challenge to it.
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    I loved Latin as well! Again, we had an amazing teacher. I also have to say Geography - I just spent every lesson fascinated with everything (not counting the weather section).
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    Maths by far, it was just fun tbh.
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    Maths, because I'm a nerd and I like that the answer is either wrong or right


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    (Original post by clonedmemories)
    I loved Latin as well! Again, we had an amazing teacher. I also have to say Geography - I just spent every lesson fascinated with everything (not counting the weather section).
    I thought Geography was only about weather- otherwise I would've taken it. All the other teachers were like 'all you can do with Geography is be a weatherman'. And I believed them
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    (Original post by H_Aple)
    I thought Geography was only about weather- otherwise I would've taken it. All the other teachers were like 'all you can do with Geography is be a weatherman'. And I believed them
    If Geography was all about weather, I would have failed it epically! I ended up missing the first few lessons of the topic, never learnt the basics and so never understood anything else that happened with it. Then we came to do it at A2 and it was even worse! Luckily there was a choice of questions so I could avoid it completely!

    I thought the general geography stereotype was about colouring in. Maybe you could colour in weather maps? Either way, I guess being a weatherman wouldn't be too bad, especially if you end up like Carol on BBC Breakfast or something!
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    My favourite - Maths
    least favourite- Economics
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    Economics.
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    Math and chemistry. I prefer math over chemistry though since I don't really like the environmental part of chemistry D:
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    We didn't have a huge selection of subjects at my school, but I liked most of the things I did Chemistry and Latin were great, as was English lit!
 
 
 
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