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    I'd say physics is my main weakness, that just flues over my head
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    Learning, to be honest with you
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    For me its the STEM subjects, I just have to work so much harder especially with maths where people say AS is easy. Doesn't come naturally to me, even some parts of biology.

    History,Geography,Politics and subjects like RS are a walk in the park for me.

    English Lit is a weird one
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    Mathematics/Statistics.
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    Computer science … it almost killed me
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    English Language, an absolute joke. I was so bad at it and managed to scrape a B , but i loved Literature...i guess you could say that Lady Macbeth really 'speaks' to me
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    I love physics but this **** always lets me down
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    English Lit. I just didn't get it, what was the point in over analyzing and completely ruining a text?
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    physics too, cos it was gcse physics, most of the reasons for why it happens is cos ''you dont need to know any further'' and im glad thats the reason cos i dont think i can cope with A levels explanation
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    Chemistry. Never understood it in the slightest, somehow got an AB in science though
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    (Original post by ihatePE)
    physics too, cos it was gcse physics, most of the reasons for why it happens is cos ''you dont need to know any further'' and im glad thats the reason cos i dont think i can cope with A levels explanation
    You forgot PE
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    I'd struggled to learn it for eight years straight until I finally gave up
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    (Original post by SuperHuman98)
    You forgot PE
    oh yeah...i struggle to grasp why it should exist so in my mind it doesnt, that's why i always forget it in these kind of threads :innocent:
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    Physics

    I wish I was better at the subject and them I could have stuck to studying astronomy

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    PE before my support worker literally pulled me out of the lessons as PE is compulsory at my sixth form.

    I don't know which subject I struggle to grasp more: physics or mechanics. I have to work a lot harder at mechanics or physics than biology or psychology etc.
 
 
 
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