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(Original post by Iggy Azalea)
Music
Biology
History
Psychology
Media Studies
Sociology.
I'm surprised someone who puts music above Biology even has the mental capacity to utilize a computer.
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Biology
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Psychology
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Sociology
Media Studies
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sociology
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Further maths is greater than everything. Mandarin is hard but is subjective, cos I could be a bilingual mandarin speaker. Then it's easy.
Well, if you say so. If you were a genius you wouldn't exactly shudder at it though.

Besides, maths only uses one side of your brain, a language uses both simultaneously. So it is fair to say that languages require a greater mental effort than mathematics, even if you were fluent.
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Well, if you say so. If you were a genius you wouldn't exactly shudder at it though.

Besides, maths only uses one side of your brain, a language uses both simultaneously. So it is fair to say that languages require a greater mental effort than mathematics, even if you were fluent.

"Mathematics is the queen of the sciences" Carl Friedrich Gauss


No subject compares.
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(Original post by Iggy Azalea)
Well, if you say so. If you were a genius you wouldn't exactly shudder at it though.

Besides, maths only uses one side of your brain, a language uses both simultaneously. So it is fair to say that languages require a greater mental effort than mathematics, even if you were fluent.
Subjective to a particular person, beside one side of the brain of the mathematician is equal to 3 sides of a normal person's brain
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I'm surprised someone who puts music above Biology even has the mental capacity to utilize a computer.
Your username lives up to expectation I see.
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Put these 6 A-Levels in order from most respected to least respected:

Psychology
Biology
Sociology
History
Media Studies
Music
History
Biology
Psychology
Sociology
Music
Media Studies
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Biology
History
Music
Psychology
Sociology

Media Studies
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I haven't done most of these subjects but this is what I'd guess:


Biology
History
Psychology
Music
Sociology
Media Studies
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Your username lives up to expectation I see.
Touche. You know someone who is named "Iggy Azalea" will be naturally stupid.
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(Original post by Mareghand)
"Mathematics is the queen of the sciences" Carl Friedrich Gauss


No subject compares.
The limits of my language are the limits of my universe. - Ludwig Wittgenstein
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The limits of my language are the limits of my universe. - Ludwig Wittgenstein

NO! NO! NO!

Senses > Language

Senses came first, language facilitated senses.
The senses are absolute, your reality is your senses not language. I can visualise anything I have seen, we don't need language. We developed language so we don't have to draw things out to communicate to each other.
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Touche. You know someone who is named "Iggy Azalea" will be naturally stupid.
:smug: You're so sweet.
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The limits of my language are the limits of my universe. - Ludwig Wittgenstein
Philosophy is written in this grand book — I mean the universe — which stands continually open to our gaze, but it cannot be understood unless one first learns to comprehend the language in which it is written. It is written in the language of mathematics, and its characters are triangles, circles, and other geometric figures, without which it is humanly impossible to understand a single word of it; without these, one is wandering about in a dark labyrinth. - Galileo Galilei
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However I think it should be:

History
Sociology
Psychology
Biology

Music
Media Studies

Although I do like media studies
Have you made a mistake or something?
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The difficulty of music A level is hugely underestimated. My strongest subject has been music since I was quite young, and despite working hard for A*'s in maths, further maths, and physics, I could only manage an A in music.
In my opinion it's one of the hardest A levels to get an A*, because of the requirement to be skilled in composition, performance, and writing skills/understanding.
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(Original post by Mareghand)
NO! NO! NO!

Senses > Language

Senses came first, language facilitated senses.
The senses are absolute, your reality is your senses not language. I can visualise anything I have seen, we don't need language. We developed language so we don't have to draw things out to communicate to each other.
OUI! SÍ! JA!

Sense < Language

Senses came first. But language made them so much more advanced, plus enable us to communicate.

And of course, there is the idea that reality is purely an illusion. But I don't think it would be best that we venture down that route.

There would be no education without a language to communicate in.

How are we taught maths for example? Even numbers and symbols are part of our language.
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