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    Like the title, if you could be really great at one subject, which one and why? Mine would be English; because in my opinion it's quite creative and there's always more than one answer; ranging from simple to complex! Just thought it would be interesting to see what others' opinions are...each to their own!
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    Maths. Ultimate employability.
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    I'd say English too - for the simple reason of wanting to do it at Uni!
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    English:

    you either can do it or not and if you can't, you have to work extremely hard because you can't just memorise a textbook, facts, specification- it's a skill.

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    100% maths. For me it's by far the most interesting subject, there's so many different aspects of it you could be good at and so many things you can do with the subject.
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    Maths!

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    English! I love it the most, I'd always like to be better.
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    Chemistry. :rolleyes:
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    Maths. It would open up a lot of doors for me.
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    Maths or Physics.
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    Science/one that involves playing sport.
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    (Original post by Forumfinder)
    I'd say English too - for the simple reason of wanting to do it at Uni!
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    English:

    you either can do it or not and if you can't, you have to work extremely hard because you can't just memorise a textbook, facts, specification- it's a skill.

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    (Original post by Kalliope)
    English! I love it the most, I'd always like to be better.
    :five: I agree with you all! I'd love to do it at Uni if I could
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    Maths. Ultimate employability.
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    100% maths. For me it's by far the most interesting subject, there's so many different aspects of it you could be good at and so many things you can do with the subject.
    (Original post by Chanjc)
    Maths!

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    Chemistry. :rolleyes:
    Ah maths and science! I love the logical reasoning behind them; and for that reason part of me wishes for me those to be my natural subjects.
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    Languages :smug:
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    I think it would be nice to be a great poet - I admire famous poets and wish I could come up with such clever chains of words in such a neat way - however, I imagine like anything a fantastic amount of hard work and practise and self discipline is also involved.
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    Mine would be Human Biology because then I'd understand the bodily functions so much easier than what I understand them now.
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    Programming - Have a master's degree in which i studied it; a job in it, and do it as a hobby
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    maths
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    (Original post by aranexus)
    Programming - Have a master's degree in which i studied it; a job in it, and do it as a hobby
    i always wondered, what would you program as a hobby?
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    Despite doing English at uni I would definitely say something like engineering - so incredibly employable.
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    For me it would be Biology, hands down.
    I'd choose English, but Biology tops it
 
 
 
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