Science + Mathd subjects never worked for me in GCSE and AS levels. Nothing would go into my head in class, key concepts would take me very long to learn, and I just cant understand anything without the CGP guide. I started revising at the start aswell.
However Politics and History comes easy to me, essay writing is easy to grasp,the content stays in my head easily for a long time, and I could easily self learn a subject like politics tbh.
Is it true that we are "naturally better" at some subjects? If so how does this work? Im guessing that it means I use 1 side of the brain more than the other...
Or am I just stupid, or are the arts subjects genuinely much easier and that strengths have nothing to do with it?
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- Thread Starter
- 24-09-2016 23:01
- 24-09-2016 23:06
Lol usually people have a preference between maths/sciences or english/history or arty things.
I have a feeling it's genetic!
However some subjects can be learnt such as music or biology, whereas some require people who are naturally good with numbers or words or artistic things.
- Political Ambassador
- 24-09-2016 23:12
the way i look at it is if you're a talkative person, love to discuss things, then you gonna prefer writing essays cos u just have that much to say cos u remember events more. i sometimes look at history as a subject where we gossip about what them old men did 100 years ago. and as a person who likes the idea of (harmless) gossip, i tend to look at history as episodes of a tv series where im more likely going to remember
i also take maths. sometimes i like a break from essays, too much writing bores me. maths requires me to spend like 10 minutes doing 2-5 questions a day and boom im done.
arts are not easier than stem, vice versa. sure, i will never understand anything about physics, but i can if i try and actually take an interest in it...for now, it can bug off
- 24-09-2016 23:15
You can be good at anything, there isn't anything blocking the information. It's just how appealing you find something.