What colours do you associate with certain subjects?

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I have recently gotten coloured cards and labels for my revision and I am wondering what colours you associate with your subjects and to see if they will work for me
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What colours do you have + what subjects do you do?
For me it's:

Chemistry - Green
Maths - Orange
Biology- Pink.

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For me
Philosophy - Yellow
Biology - Green
English - Blue
Chemistry - Red
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English is light blue, Maths is orange, History is red, Physics is yellow, Biology is green....

I just associate them with the colour my exercise book was in high school
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I still sometimes associate subjects with the colours of the books we used for each subject in high school:

Maths - orange
Biology - green
Chemistry - orangey yellow
Physics - dark blue
History - yellow
Geography - dark green
English - blue
RE - pink
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(Original post by RyzoRGS)
I have recently gotten coloured cards and labels for my revision and I am wondering what colours you associate with your subjects and to see if they will work for me
My step-dad helped me choose what colour leverarch file to use for each of my subjects, the reasoning was:
Chemistry - Red (Danger!)
Maths - Purple (Because Cadbury's chocolate is in purple wrapping, and Cadbury's is "The flavour that counts!")
Biology - Green (Because plants, I guess)
Physics - Blue. No good reason for that.
Too much thought went into this, as you can tell.
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Only associate the colours based on my textbook colours usually...

Sociology = Orange (I do a2 but as book is orange)
Philosophy = Blue
German = Green for some reason.. even though the book isn't.
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For me at the moment:
Politics- blue
English-red
Psychology- green/blue/turquoise colour

back when i did GCSES some of my colours were:
Geography- dark green
Chemistry- orange
Biology- light green
Physics- purple
History- red
Maths- blue
English- yellow
French- grey
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Pretty much whatever colour my books were back when everyone had books instead of folders
maths and physics are blue, biology and geography are green, chemistry is yellow, history is red, others I don't really have a consistent association
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I've got:
Physics- Purple
Computer Science- Black and White
Maths - Sky Blue
Further Maths - Red
Chemistry - Dark Red

A bit weird actually.
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(Original post by RyzoRGS)
I have recently gotten coloured cards and labels for my revision and I am wondering what colours you associate with your subjects and to see if they will work for me
Maths: black.
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(Original post by pineneedles)
My step-dad helped me choose what colour leverarch file to use for each of my subjects, the reasoning was:
Chemistry - Red (Danger!)
Maths - Purple (Because Cadbury's chocolate is in purple wrapping, and Cadbury's is "The flavour that counts!")
Biology - Green (Because plants, I guess)
Physics - Blue. No good reason for that.
Too much thought went into this, as you can tell.
Aw, this is cute. :rofl:

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Biology- Green (plants)
Chemistry - Blue (copper sulfate)
Maths - Black (plain and sophisticated)
English Lit - Pink (romance)

That was my coordination last year :yep:

Now it's different because I have patterned folders instead
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Biology - pink
Chemistry - blue
English - White?
Physics - orange
Geography- green
Psychology - blue
Maths - red/black
Philosophy- yellow
History - brown
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Biology-green
physics-pink
chemistry-blue
maths-red
history-brown
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biology; yellow. Chemistry: blue. Physics: red. Philosophy: Green. English: Orange. Maths: White. History: Purple.

These are the colour of the exercise books we used in lessons, apart from maths (we had blue ones) and we used red ones for all the sciences.
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Purple with UKIP
Red with left-wing politics
Pink with lipstick
Sky blue with Manchester City FC
Yellow with daffodils
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Biology - Green
Chemistry - Blue
French - Red
Spanish - Yellow
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Chemistry - red
Maths - blue
Biology - green
English - purple
Physics - orange


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I don't?
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