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    Which subject will make you feel most relieved when you don't see it on next year's timetable?
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    For me it's probably English Language... We did iGCSE and it was a waffley and pointless syllabus and exam.
    And also Maths because... It's Maths
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    History GCSE because my teacher made this subject seem boring.
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    French, oh how I hated french. Plus, as if the subject wasn't bad enough we had the female version of Stalin teaching (terrorizing) us.
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    A-level Physics, never again will I have to calculate momentum or the radius of a satellite's orbit.
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    (Original post by German123)
    History GCSE because my teacher made this subject seem boring.
    Ah shame, it's always sad when a teacher ruins a subject
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    Food Tech, English Language and Geography. Oh, how I despised those subjects.
    I have to say, I am going to miss French, German, History and English Lit. Only STEM next year
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    (Original post by LeaX)
    A-level Physics, never again will I have to calculate momentum or the radius of a satellite's orbit.
    Wow I'm surprised anyone would take that in the first place! GCSE was quite enough for me
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    I feel bad but Drama. I'm pretty bad at it although I enjoy it!
    Also, Food Tech because cooking in just an hour is way too stressful for me!

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    Chemistry.
    *gasps*
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    At GCSE I was happy to see the back of physics. I was sad to drop chemistry and classical civilisation. Should have dropped geography but stupidly took it to IB Higher Level.
    At IB I was glad to finally be shot of geography and school style French, but I miss doing English literature, biology and maths.
    At first year uni level I was glad to drop history
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    Chemistry.
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    Maths. Thank goodness I'll never have to do that lesson again! :mad:
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    I'm just glad I'm not at any school anymore to be honest, I hated almost every minute of it!
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    (Original post by karmacrunch)
    *gasps*
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    Why? :confused:
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    A-Level Photography.. I've never known coursework like it, so stressful.

    I'm still going to continue it as a hobby though.
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    I'm not at school any more but when I was, I was glad to drop Home Economics mostly.

    Now I'm at uni, I'll be glad to get rid of the small geology modules we do as part of first year in my course. Despite what people say, geology does not rock! Lol...rock
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    After IGCSEs, I was mostly glad to give up maths (hated it, not very good with numbers), English (same reason as you - syllabus was awful and it was just a pain in the ass), biology, and chemistry (didn't do physics) - science is just not my thing. So basically I hated every IGCSE subject haha. After AS, I am thrilled to give up the horror and inconvenience to my life that is geography.
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    (Original post by 8472)
    Chemistry.
    Chemistry is amazing, why didn't/don't you like it?
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    (Original post by karmacrunch)
    Chemistry is amazing, why didn't/don't you like it?
    First month was doing the same thing over and over and over again. I don't need to do titration experiments and calculations several times. And that was after i'd done them for GCSE. So I dropped chemistry.
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    (Original post by karmacrunch)
    Chemistry is amazing, why didn't/don't you like it?
    dont be hassling him you:P

    but yeh chemistry is :cool:

    however I found chem in secondary school difficult at times...pinickidy

    whereas in uni tis a different ball game..much more practical!
 
 
 
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