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    Biology. So boring, it's just learning facts. There's no logic involved as with maths and the other sciences
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    I dropped textiles earlier this year because it was so time consuming and the teacher believed all of my time should've been devoted to it! :mad:
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    Im going to drop... it like its haaawt. :p:
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    either photography or english lit, as both will be very time consuming.. all depends on tomorrow's results really
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    I'm dropping Media, for obvious reasons. I think the only reason I opted to do it in the first places is because it was either that or PE, and I'm really not a sporty person!
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    Computing.

    As boring as it is worthless.
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    Biology, definitely - hate the other people who are doing it, but that's really not the reason. It's the biggest waste of my time from this year.
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    (Original post by DomTre)
    Biology, definitely - hate the other people who are doing it, but that's really not the reason. It's the biggest waste of my time from this year.
    I feel the same way
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    Business studies - I love the subject, but the university course I'm aiming for is science related, so this subject had to get the axe
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    (Original post by h82think)
    I feel the same way
    I mean I thought I might possibly take it to A2 at the start, but then when on a further waste of my time, i.e. The Biology Field Trip - I realised that I couldn't bare to spend another year with the same group of yobbos that is our Biology group, and I asked myself, why did I take this in the first place?
    And the answer...not that i enjoyed it, that's for sure, probs cuz I was alright at it at GCSE - so as soon as I get back to school - it's going down the pan for good.
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    Psychology, but only because we can't take it to A2 at my college.
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    I took Bio, Chem, Maths, French and Critical Thinking for AS. I'm definitely dropping Crit Thin (already dropped it actually as I didn't go to any of the A2 classes after the exams) because, well, it's pointless :p: Aside from that I'm probably going to drop Maths. I did kind of enjoy it this year but I know I'm not a natural at it and I'd rather just take 3 A2s. I'm not a natural at French either, but the idea of being able to speak a language well appeals to me, and it's a nice break from science subjects. This all depends on my results of course (the closer it gets to results day, the worse I think I've done in all my subjects )
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    I'm saying 'bye bye' to AS Philosophy. Hoorah.
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    RS, because I didn't like it as much as I thought i would and because I don't think I did very well in it.
 
 
 

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