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Now that GCSEs are over are there any subjects or general things your happy not to do again in Secondary School
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I have finished college and although it is not what your asking I am glad my stupid chemistry A-level is over!
Never again!
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PE.

Ugh.
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1. No more pe/English/science lessons
2. Not having to constantly be surrounded by bullies/people who regularly makes racist comments about me
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(Original post by 1secondsofvamps)
2. Not having to constantly be surrounded by people I dislike
Lmao judging by the sixth form taster day experiences I've had so far, you're in for a surprise lol
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(Original post by 1secondsofvamps)
2. Not having to constantly be surrounded by people I dislike
that's a life long problem, get used to it
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Going to school and being in lessons.
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Going to sixth form is actually really fun. Going to college would probably accentuate the advantages.

Depending on where you go, you might have to wear a suit. That's not fun IMO. Mufti everyday would be much more decent but you have to take the good with the bad, a lot of sixth forms require a suit but they are very good sixth forms.

But the ability to choose the subjects you actually want to study (rather than the easiest subject to get an A*/A) is far more enjoyable, as well as having more time for independent study (free periods). The independence is kind of scary, but you still get spoon fed, it's like replacing stabilisers with less bulky ones that have less friction and you can go a bit faster without being dragged behind as much. Also if you're doing subjects like Physics, people take classes a tiny bit more seriously. The real outliers have been removed. The lessons don't become boring as people still have banter, but for the most part people put a bit more effort in. On the other hand, I hated how little some members of my chemistry class cared and the teacher also got distracted far too easily.
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PE.

Ugh.
Bane of my existence tbh
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Lmao judging by the sixth form taster day experiences I've had so far, you're in for a surprise lol
I just finished year 13. From my experience, people in college were definitely a lot nicer
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that's a life long problem, get used to it
What I meant was that high school was the only place where I was surrounded by people who were constantly making racist comments about me. They were the people I disliked. I'm just happy I haven't experienced it since I left high school.
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(Original post by orderofthelotus)
PE.

Ugh.
Not one of my reasons why I'm happy to leave 2ndary school behind.

I didn't had to do PE any way due to being ill. Loved that!!
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(Original post by 1secondsofvamps)
1. No more pe/English/science lessons
2. Not having to constantly be surrounded by bullies/people who regularly makes racist comments about me
I'm sorry to hear xx
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PE honestly. and maths (If I fail..)


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Lmao judging by the sixth form taster day experiences I've had so far, you're in for a surprise lol
i am concerned now
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i am concerned now
Yeah, it's really not that different. Like someone said up there, lifelong problem.
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I left school 4 years ago now but I don't miss:
1. Being surrounded by awful people. Most people I went to school with I'm happy to never see again, but in the four years since I have never met anyone really who I have had a problem with in college, university or work.
2. Subjects I hate, especially English.
3. School lunches.
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(Original post by orderofthelotus)
Yeah, it's really not that different. Like someone said up there, lifelong problem.
Lol yeah I know :yep: just annoying
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Going school

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Don't do the subjects that you hate doing like maths and not being intimated anymore by retards.
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