In chemistry (for my specific class) there is 13 students, 11 of whom are girls and 2 boys (me and my friend lol) but the other class has like 7 students and in that class there is 2 girls and 5 boys.
In physics for my class there is 9 students, 3 girls and 6 boys and the other class has only 3 boys and no girls.
For math its pretty much an even split, i think my class has about 9 boys and 9 girls (i might be forgetting ppl lol). But yeah similar ratios with the other math classes.
My physics set in year 12 was 6 boys and 2 girls, but this year it's more evenly split. In fact my further maths set last year had 10 girls and 3 boys including me, but I think this is partially because there are a lot of Chinese boarders at my school and nearly all of them go for sciences and/or maths.
In my maths class there's 0 girls, used to be 1 but she dropped it.
There's 10 boys and 4 girls in my Physics class
9 boys and 8 girls in Maths
8 boys and 0 girls in Computer Science
Further Maths - 3 girls, 6 guys.
Maths - 9 girls, 6 guys.
I think physics at my school is VERY male-dominated, with 3 girls and around 20 boys total.
Physics - 3 girls, 9 boys
Maths - 12 girls, 14 boys (in my class)
Further Maths - 5 girls, 9 boys
Computer Science - 3 girls, 10 boys
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My chemistry class contains ten students, half of whom are female.