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    I feel annoyed by this why can't I be good at maths I can easily get an A*
    in english while only an A in maths if I work really hard.Yet in english I don't have to work half as hard I hate it I wish I was better at maths than english how can I make it happen?And why is it like that?
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    (Original post by UWS)
    English*
    I know but I am typing quickly and by being good I mean ideas etc analysation.
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    (Original post by Anonymous1502)
    I know but I am typing quickly and by being good I mean ideas etc analysation.
    Lol, you mean analysis, right?
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    (Original post by UWS)
    Lol, you mean analysis, right?
    Both are correct although analysis is more common.
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    (Original post by Anonymous1502)
    I feel annoyed by this why can't I be good at maths I can easily get an A*
    in english while only an A in maths if I work really hard.Yet in english I don't have to work half as hard I hate it I wish I was better at maths than english how can I make it happen?And why is it like that?
    What do you want to study in uni ?
    A STEM subject ?
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    (Original post by Vesniep)
    What do you want to study in uni ?
    A STEM subject ?
    Medicine I could get A's in sciences however I want to be an A* student and as exceptionally good at stem as i am at english it is annoying me because english comes way more naturally while in stem I need to work my bottom off.
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    (Original post by Anonymous1502)
    Medicine I could get A's in sciences however I want to be an A* student and as exceptionally good at stem as i am at english it is annoying me because english comes way more naturally while in stem I need to work my bottom off.
    Do you like maths ?
    Maths and physics are my favourite subjects but I'm not sure if maths are essential for medicine .
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    You can ask me anything you want about maths, I'm going to study maths with physics in Cambridge this October so you know I have some experience in these subjects (spent so much time on them ...).
    Glad to help anyone who appreciates STEM.
    Btw my english is awful (I'm an international) and in physics that was a problem (pretty much all my lost marks were from these asterix questions).
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    (Original post by Vesniep)
    Do you like maths ?
    Maths and physics are my favourite subjects but I'm not sure if maths are essential for medicine .
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    You can ask me anything you want about maths, I'm going to study maths with physics in Cambridge this October so you know I have some experience in these subjects (spent so much time on them ...).
    Glad to help anyone who appreciates STEM.
    Btw my english is awful (I'm an international) and in physics that was a problem (pretty much all my lost marks were from these asterix questions).
    I know they aren't but I want to be good at them.English is a joke there are practically no jobs after an English degree.
 
 
 
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