I'm studying... All compulsory subjects which include English, Maths, Science, Religious Education and Citizenship. Amazingly, I am relatively good at all my compulsory subjects as I am in the highest set for both Maths and Science and seem to always earn an A or an A* in R.E and Citizenship. My only concern is English (which ironically is the most important subject) as I am not confident my work is to its best standards. Moreover, I have also chosen to study French, Geography, and Computing as I think these subjects will open doors for me in the future and because I enjoy and seem to do well in them.
I'm interested in... Subjects that require imagination and creativity such as Art and Computing (the programming part). I aspire to take on challenges both inside and outside of school that will allow me to gain vital life skills that I can later implement. For example, I am part of the Community Action Group which looks good to employers but also aids me in my education for Citizenship as I learn about charities. Furthermore, I absolutely love reading (my favourite past-time) not only because it helps improve my writing in English but also because I get to escape my usually monotone life which, according to me, is blissful and desperately needed for a stressed out student.
My study level is... GCSE
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- Thread Starter
- 21-07-2016 14:15
- 24-07-2016 14:40
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