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Calypso Xeno
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Hello sorry for the title lol bit extra. I was wondering those who do STEM subjects for a levels, how many girls an boys do you have in your class? And what subject do you do? Thanks ☺️ and also how many total people in your class ? ThNks
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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.
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(Original post by Calypso Xeno)
Hello sorry for the title lol bit extra. I was wondering those who do STEM subjects for a levels, how many girls an boys do you have in your class? And what subject do you do? Thanks ☺️ and also how many total people in your class ? ThNks
To be fair, I go to a girls school for sixth form, it was my secondary school too. I do chemistry, physics and Maths. In chemistry, all my classmates are girls and it's the same in the other chemistry class. There was one boy, but he failed chemistry so he had to drop it. In physics, there's only one boy, there were three but two failed. There's only 7 people who do physics A-level (in my year) in my school anyway. Maths, there is only on boy in my class of five. But, to be fair, there is one one boy in the other class of 8.
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Moved to the a-levels forum
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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.
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In my maths class there's 0 girls, used to be 1 but she dropped it.
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(Original post by Calypso Xeno)
Hello sorry for the title lol bit extra. I was wondering those who do STEM subjects for a levels, how many girls an boys do you have in your class? And what subject do you do? Thanks ☺️ and also how many total people in your class ? ThNks
I do both Chemistry and biology.
In Chemistry, there is 13 of us - 8 girls and 5 boys.
In Biology, there is 13 of us - 10 girls and 3 boys.
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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
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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.
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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.
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