Now GCSEs are over, which subjects are you happy to see the back of? Watch

The Awakening
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So everyone, now that we have finished our GCSE exams, which subjects are you glad to never have to study again?

Personally mine is English. I've never liked the subject and never will. Not to mention my teacher likes to troll me all the time and come up with funny excuses for not marking my essays I put extra effort in at home.

Literally I've come to hate english with a burning passion. I'm so glad I will never have to write about those stupid, boring books that I couldnt care about even if my life depended on it😂.

Not to mention desperately trying to decode the "english" in Shakespeare's poems.

What about you? And why?
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Loyale
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F*** law!!!!!!
Ocr law was damn hard!!!!
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Biology - double award science
Information and communications technology
English
Music
Religious studies
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Physics!!! I liked all my subjects really, I just know I couldn't handle most of them at a higher level
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Mathematics, although I'll probably have to re-sit the exam. I hated quite a lot of subjects, so.
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English lang and lit

****ing hell, I'm happy they're gone
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Mathematics, although I'll probably have to re-sit the exam. I hated quite a lot of subjects, so.
I know everyone is entitled to their own opinion, but I will never understand why so many people hate Maths😂
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English lang and lit

****ing hell, I'm happy they're gone
Yes! I feel your relief!
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(Original post by The Awakening)
I know everyone is entitled to their own opinion, but I will never understand why so many people hate Maths😂
Same here
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Yes! I feel your relief!
Are you my doppelganger? :indiff:
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English
History
Music
German
Physics
ICT
And PE

(Pretty much all of them really)
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(Original post by The Awakening)
I know everyone is entitled to their own opinion, but I will never understand why so many people hate Maths😂
Well in my case it's mainly just because I've always been bad at it, not sure about other people.
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Same here


Are you my doppelganger? :indiff:
Excuse my ignorance again, but whats a doppelganger😂
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Hmm. Probably History. Seemed very interesting; yet it's incredible how the arrogant attitude of a single teacher could make me despise such a subject.
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Excuse my ignorance again, but whats a doppelganger😂
An apparition or double of a living person - basically.
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(Original post by The Awakening)
So everyone, now that we have finished our GCSE exams, which subjects are you glad to never have to study again?

Personally mine is English. I've never liked the subject and never will. Not to mention my teacher likes to troll me all the time and come up with funny excuses for not marking my essays I put extra effort in at home.

Literally I've come to hate english with a burning passion. I'm so glad I will never have to write about those stupid, boring books that I couldnt care about even if my life depended on it😂.

Not to mention desperately trying to decode the "english" in Shakespeare's poems.

What about you? And why?
Seriously? Wow, your teacher sounds mean. Hopefully, you won't have them this year.

For me, it's French. Mostly because, and this might sound a bit petty and arrogant, the only subject I've straight-up failed and gave up in. I mean, it's one thing for a subject to be difficult and so challenging that you hate it but for a subject to actually make you feel that it's better not to try at all and fail because it gives you so much headache (both literal and metaphorical ones.), well, y'know...


P.S.

Sorry for the horrible grammar
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English.

Knowing that I'll never have to analyse a poem again or do a piece of descriptive/narrative writing is a huge relief.
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English, I literally couldn't stand it!
Product Design too, the course was a damn mess!
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(Original post by Shannonxo-)
Mathematics, although I'll probably have to re-sit the exam. I hated quite a lot of subjects, so.
Literally the same with maths, just don't want to jinx it and say I won't miss doing it again, and then end up re sitting it
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Seriously? Wow, your teacher sounds mean. Hopefully, you won't have them this year.

For me, it's French. Mostly because, and this might sound a bit petty and arrogant, the only subject I've straight-up failed and gave up in. I mean, it's one thing for a subject to be difficult and so challenging that you hate it but for a subject to actually make you feel that it's better not to try at all and fail because it gives you so much headache (both literal and metaphorical ones.), well, y'know...


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Sorry for the horrible grammar
I did initially enjoy French, we did all our speaking and writing in exams and achieved high A's in all of them. Come year 11 my teacher does not have a clue how to teach us listening and reading so 90% have failed pretty much all our mocks, I should of hopefully scraped C's in those exams bringing me up to a B but it's a bit of a joke because we all worked so hard and she let us down the last year. So I understand you, and walking out of those exams knowing I never had to do it again was satisfying !
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Geography
English
French

There was just so much content to get around on Geography and English was just voting as all hell.
French was a lost cause for me to begin with
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