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    English
    22
    4.33%
    Maths
    158
    31.10%
    Biology
    43
    8.46%
    Chemistry
    58
    11.42%
    Physics
    30
    5.91%
    Philosophy
    11
    2.17%
    Art
    13
    2.56%
    Psychology
    21
    4.13%
    Sociology
    7
    1.38%
    Business studies
    3
    0.59%
    Languages (Any)
    24
    4.72%
    History
    44
    8.66%
    Geography
    13
    2.56%
    R.E
    5
    0.98%
    Other (Post in thread)
    29
    5.71%
    None- I hate A levels
    27
    5.31%

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    Further maths F.T.W ;D
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    The option 'English' can mean 2 subjects. You should have been more specific in your labelling
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    Definitely Government and Politics
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    Geology of course!!!
    Who doesn't look rocks.
    its full of schist
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    What's with TSR and maths? (not that I'm complaining. :sexface: ) :lol:
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    (Original post by Zacken)
    What's with TSR and maths? (not that I'm complaining. :sexface: ) :lol:
    It has good taste
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    (Original post by Student403)
    It has good taste
    I think you're hanging around us mathmos too much, you're becoming one yourself! :lol:
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    (Original post by Zacken)
    I think you're hanging around us mathmos too much, you're becoming one yourself! :lol:
    I don't mind that :yep: I absolutely love maths and maths competitions (I'm just not as good at them as you guys :lol: ) - the only difference between us is I like physics (I think) a lot more than you guys. So the path for me is engineering!
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    (Original post by Student403)
    I don't mind that :yep: I absolutely love maths and maths competitions (I'm just not as good at them as you guys :lol: ) - the only difference between us is I like physics (I think) a lot more than you guys. So the path for me is engineering!
    (I can't do maths competitions at all! You could put 1+1 = ? in a BMO2 paper and ask me to solve it and I wouldn't be able to, although to be fair it'd be like 1 + 1 = sdfjkshdfsdh in mod dsfsdf :lol:) There's plenty of theoretical physics in a maths degree! :lol:
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    (Original post by Zacken)
    (I can't do maths competitions at all! You could put 1+1 = ? in a BMO2 paper and ask me to solve it and I wouldn't be able to, although to be fair it'd be like 1 + 1 = sdfjkshdfsdh in mod dsfsdf :lol:) There's plenty of theoretical physics in a maths degree! :lol:
    Ahh well you'll have lots of fun! But I guess what makes me more in to engineering is the real theory as opposed to theoretical. Yeah but atleast you can make it to BMO2!
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    (Original post by Student403)
    Ahh well you'll have lots of fun! But I guess what makes me more in to engineering is the real theory as opposed to theoretical. Yeah but atleast you can make it to BMO2!
    Ah, fair, fair. You like the filthy maths. jkjk Engineering is nice. :yep:
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    (Original post by Zacken)
    Ah, fair, fair. You like the filthy maths. jkjk Engineering is nice. :yep:
    :rofl: I think what I like most is optimization and calculus in engineering
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    (Original post by Student403)
    :rofl: I think what I like most is optimization and calculus in engineering
    That's like half the course, you'll be in good company. :perv:
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    (Original post by Zacken)
    That's like half the course, you'll be in good company. :perv:
    :awesome:
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    Chemistry I am shockingly terrible at it, but I find it really interesting and engaging so therefore it is my favourite regardless. I also love French a lot, but moreso the actual learning of the language than the regimented A Level specification!
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    (Original post by Student403)
    Additional Further Maths :sexface:
    There has to be one

    Maths is great though, so I'm not going to disagree with you
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    (Original post by jamestg)
    There has to be one

    Maths is great though, so I'm not going to disagree with you
    Dw I voted for maths in the poll
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    Latin
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    Everyone seems to be accidentally missing the button for Chemistry and clicking other buttons (not for Chemistry) :hmmm:
 
 
 
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