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    Hi all,

    My favourite subject at GCSE and A Level was Biology
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    Maths GCSE and A2
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    Well Currently in Yr 11, I despise GCSE Art Probably the only subject I'll fail but o well. Infact the only thing that stops me from liking my lessons 100% is going to a state school where you're forced to mix with disruptive people.
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    At GCSE, my favourite was either Spanish or English Literature (although I despised the exams, it was fun to revise for )

    At A-level it's Spanish
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    At GCSE I LOVED Product design and Physics.
    At A level I began to loose interest in physics though.
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    For GCSE, it was Maths and Spanish, probably followed closely by Biology and English Literature

    For A-Level, it's Maths hands down.
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    Histort-Eng Lit -Spanish
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    Astronomy gcse, coursework literally involved looking up at the sky and making observations, but of course I left it to the last night and it was cloudy, so just had a look on google images
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    (Original post by asiangcse)
    Astronomy gcse, coursework literally involved looking up at the sky and making observations, but of course I left it to the last night and it was cloudy, so just had a look on google images
    Wow Astronomy GCSE? I would have loved to have done that if my school had offered it
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    GCSE Physics
    A level Geology
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    GCSE English Lit
    A Level French

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    (Original post by AshEntropy)
    Hi all,

    My favourite subject at GCSE and A Level was Biology
    Chemistry hands down
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    At GCSE currently it is History and Computer Science.
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    (Original post by AshEntropy)
    Hi all,

    My favourite subject at GCSE and A Level was Biology
    Physics
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    English Language!
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    GCSE-Spanish,Geography,History,
    A level- Government&Politics
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    English Literature
    The teacher didn't teach us anything tho 🙈
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    Favourite GCSE: Graphics/Catering/History
    Favourite A Level: None of them in particular.
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    (Original post by AngryRedhead)
    Chemistry hands down
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    At GCSE I loved Music, RS, Chemistry, History. And I loved Maths as a subject but hated my teacher. At AS I hate everything!
 
 
 
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