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Let me guess. These degrees are all essay based or considered "Mickey mouse" degrees, right?
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Let me guess. These degrees are all essay based or considered "Mickey mouse" degrees, right?
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As much as I enjoy maths, difficulty is subjective. I mean, some people would find the humanities or these "Mickey mouse" degrees much harder than further maths. I feel like this thread was created solely to be condescending toward those taking the aforementioned degrees. But meh, further maths is easy anyways *shrugs*
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Art for someone who is shite at art

Maths for someone who is shite at maths

English for someone who is shite at english

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hardness is entirely subjective and threads like this have been done to death by people with STEM superiority complexes
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(Original post by 3pointonefour)
As much as I enjoy maths, difficulty is subjective. I mean, some people would find the humanities or these "Mickey mouse" degrees much harder than further maths. I feel like this thread was created solely to be condescending toward those taking the aforementioned degrees. But meh, further maths is easy anyways *shrugs*
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Art for someone who is shite at art

Maths for someone who is shite at maths

English for someone who is shite at english

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hardness is entirely subjective and threads like this have been done to death by people with STEM superiority complexes
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lets be honest - you can get an a* if you just do a bunch of questions
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lets be honest - you can get an a* if you just do a bunch of questions
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its still pretty easy - legit the only a level easier than further maths - is maths.
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its still pretty easy - legit the only a level easier than further maths - is maths.
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lol you think im trolling
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lol you think im trolling
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im bad at essays - business studies requires essays
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Beauty and Therapy, Gender Studies...just to name a few


Nah but seriously, most maths related degrees are harder than A level Further maths. You think you know so much, but it's actually so little. A bit like learning GCSE maths then discovering A level...again and again for 3-5 years
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In humanities you actually have to think for yourself and even plan your own lessons (as is the case with course such as design and art). With maths the formula is already there as is the method, all you have to do is follow it which if you are that way minded is easy.
Why even have this debate? It's pointless and futile, both areas are hard in their own right. What do stem snobs gain from it exactly.
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I once met someone who was great at maths, FM and STEP came easy to him - but he had never read a novel and didn't know where Poland was. I kid you not. I expect he'd find a humanities degree extremely difficult.
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Meme Studies
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Beauty and Therapy, Gender Studies...just to name a few


Nah but seriously, most maths related degrees are harder than A level Further maths. You think you know so much, but it's actually so little. A bit like learning GCSE maths then discovering A level...again and again for 3-5 years
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im bad at essays - business studies requires essays
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In humanities you actually have to think for yourself and even plan your own lessons (as is the case with course such as design and art). With maths the formula is already there as is the method, all you have to do is follow it which if you are that way minded is easy.
Why even have this debate? It's pointless and futile, both areas are hard in their own right. What do stem snobs gain from it exactly.
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