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FemaleinDress
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as in school subjects

Geography all day for me.
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(Original post by FemaleinDress)
as in school subjects

Geography all day for me.
learning? easy. History - who cares about bloody rocks.

exams? definitely Geog omg
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History all da wae :awesome:
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Geography !
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History, that's why i did it at GCSE (a*) and A-level (a)
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History for me
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Really like both took both for GCSE and I am currently taking both at a level but I do prefer geography, nicer exams and I personally find the content more interesting although history is also quite interesting.
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Geography definitely, Got an A* at GCSE and A at A-level. So much more interesting and relevant in my opinion.
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(Original post by FemaleinDress)
as in school subjects

Geography all day for me.
I used to hate Geography. I prefer History
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Geography at gcse. At alevel it is 😝🤡 absolutely dreadful. Probably my geography department that is crap tho
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When I was younger I didn't like either, but now, if I could go back and do my degree all over again, I'd choose Geology, or at least something that involves not sitting in an office all day.
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I chose geography because it is way easier. In geography you don’t need to even revise the case studies you can just waffle. But I still think history is more interesting I kinda wish I could do both
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(Original post by PotatoFruit)
I chose geography because it is way easier. In geography you don’t need to even revise the case studies you can just waffle. But I still think history is more interesting I kinda wish I could do both
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History. More interesting. I used to chat with my friends and eat in geography lessons. They were so dead
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Geography because it evolves around us, history is for our ancestors.
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Definitely history. Lessons were very enjoyable during A-level

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Geography because it evolves around us, history is for our ancestors.
Well no because for our ancestors it's not history, it's news.
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like asking me if I prefer colouring in maps or learning about some random **** I don't care about lol. I'd choose the colouring
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Back at high school I preferred Geography and took it for GCSE. Nowadays I'd pick history.
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History
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Couldn't do either, didn't take either one for gcse
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