• Question: What subjects did you enjoy at school?

    Asked by lollypop to Andrew, AndrewL, Emma, Marianne, on 23 Jun 2010 in Categories: . This question was also asked by matt5495, u26walkerj, elmo97.
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      Andrew Maynard answered on 15 Jun 2010:

      Hi lollypop,

      I loved physics. Biology was interesting, but I dropped it after GCSE’s. Chemistry was complicated – but sometimes I enjoyed it. I liked the sciency bits of geography (but not the human geography stuff). Maths was really tough! I enjoyed it to start with, but it was getting too hard to enjoy by the end of the sixth grade!

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      Andrew Leitch answered on 17 Jun 2010:

      This just came up on my unanswered questions but I’m pretty sure it wasn’t directed at me. Apologies if that the case. I loved english, history and biology at school but made the hard decision to drop history because i wanted to do medicine. Still partly regret it. My French hasn’t got me terribly far.

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      Marianne Baker answered on 17 Jun 2010:

      Science of course!!
      I think it’s easier for me to say what I didn’t enjoy!

      I liked learning about most things.
      History I tended to find boring, though.

      Otherwise, just hated gym (typical nerd thing, I know!) – but I liked field hockey, badminton, tennis and some athletics stuff. Dance was sometimes fun too.

      I enjoyed geography, German, Latin, most of the stuff I did for GCSE actually (see GCSE question!).

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      answered on 21 Jun 2010:

      Hi lollypop, matt5495, u26walkerj and elmo97! I enjoyed biology and physics the most but I also enjoyed history and geography (the geography helped when I went onto to study environmental science).:)

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      Emma Pilgrim answered on 23 Jun 2010:

      Hi. I always enjoyed the sciences (well maybe not physics – sorry Andrew!). My favourite subject was always biology