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    Would I be able to make friends in my class if I took A level gov and politics?

    Loads of people keep saying I won't make friends in that class because of it being a boring subject, which I don't think it is boring.

    It is the only subject I have the chance to make new friends in, please help?

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    As I said in the last post, you'll be fine. Yes it depends on the school, but from personal experience, my politics class is one of my friendliest. Everyone gets along and shares opinions, makes jokes and current issues and basically just have a good time. Having a good teacher who is interactive helps but there's no reason why you won't get on with anyone.
    Ps: Not a boring subject if you're interested - it's actually really good.
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    (Original post by rosie.mn)
    As I said in the last post, you'll be fine. Yes it depends on the school, but from personal experience, my politics class is one of my friendliest. Everyone gets along and shares opinions, makes jokes and current issues and basically just have a good time. Having a good teacher who is interactive helps but there's no reason why you won't get on with anyone.
    Ps: Not a boring subject if you're interested - it's actually really good.
    Thank you and yes that's why I am taking it because it looks interesting.
 
 
 
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