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This is a discussion on What is your most and least favorite subject in school? within the Education & Career Talk forums, part of the Topics of Interest category; Favorite: English, because I have an awesome teacher. Also math and science Leat favorite: Spanish. Freaking BORING!! Cruel and unusual ...

  1. #141

    Favorite: English, because I have an awesome teacher. Also math and science
    Leat favorite: Spanish. Freaking BORING!! Cruel and unusual punishment. I don't ****ing CARE about the culture! I've been studying it for eitght years now, and I'm sick and tired of it! I'd quit if I didn't want the credits so bad...

  2. #142

    Favourite: I enjoyed english and german the most. I quietly enjoyed to read nearly every piece of creative writing we did to the class.

    Least favourite: I guess that's french (I got an evil accent which sounds horrible and therefore lost interest quite fast). Before I started commercial school I hated handicrafts. Math was quite problematic too.

  3. #143

    Generally speaking, I hate school and I love learning.
    Tricky.

    I currently need to study the following subjects for upcoming exams: Politicology, Sociology, Communication, Statistics, and a Pol & Soc History oriented course.
    -> So far I enjoy Sociology the most and Communication the least. Even though it contains very useful information that is sometimes more useful than the things I need to memorize for let's say Statistics, I find Communication the subject with the least potential; the least of actual new substance to learn. But it's okay.

    During HS I mostly disliked classes for the teachers or particular study orientations/methods rather than the actual subjects in terms of the bigger picture.
    If I'd have to pick a pair of the most and least favourite classes over those 6 years of HS, I'd say I did not enjoy French class and I loved History class. Which doesn't mean I dislike language & culture, or that I'm really good at remembering every detail I 'learned' about history.

  4. #144

    Algebra. Math was ok but I hated algebra. I just couldn't grasp letters being numbers. Flunked it my sophmore year. Flunked it again my junior year. Barely passed it my senior year. That was weird because all the other students were freshmen & sophmores. In college; flunked it my junior year (the only failed student in that class) & barely passed my senior year with an excellent professor. Though it was a required course there was no credit given for it but advanced algebra was worth 3 credit hours. Before I took algebra I had a 4.0 GPA. Algebra sunk that. Gosh it bores me to even talk about algebra, yuck.
    Oh I forgot! Favorite subject: Psychology
    Last edited by Aqualung; 12-20-2009 at 08:44 AM. Reason: I only answered half the question. DOH! Here's the rest.

  5. #145

    Most Favourite in order: Biology, Chemistry, Math, Physics, English.

    I hate English. Its a way too subjective subject .Dropping it next year.

  6. #146

    Quote Originally Posted by Dooraven View Post
    Most Favourite in order: Biology, Chemistry, Math, Physics, English.

    I hate English. Its a way too subjective subject .Dropping it next year.

    I hate how with english, your marks completely depend on your teacher. If the teacher is bad, they let their own personal opinions affect the mark they give you, even though you're not supposed to be marked on your beliefs. You're supposed to be marked on how you convey your thoughts and how you support an argument. HOW IS THAT SO HARD TO UNDERSTAND!?

    Especially bad are the morons who say "Ok, we'll write an essay arguing for OR against _____, but anyone who argues against will get a lower mark"

  7. #147

    Quote Originally Posted by Happy View Post
    I am quite interested in what other personality types are interested in when it comes to education.

    My favorite subjects in school are history, art, music, english, and building things ( I forgot what its called )

    My least favorite is anything that has to do with math. I am quite lethargic when it comes to that subject because I get frustrated that there is only one solution to a problem.




    Favorites were: Math, Chemistry, History, Economics, Psychology

    Worst were: PE, Physics, Philosophy, English (except ones where you study literature which were great)

  8. #148

    Favorite is history. I find history easy to remember plus it's really interesting.

    Worst is Math. It didn't used to be, I used to be really ahead in math but then they stopped explaining to us why things worked and I started slipping . . .
    Last edited by Alice in Wonderland; 12-21-2009 at 06:17 PM.

  9. #149

    Quote Originally Posted by DanseMacabre View Post
    I hate how with english, your marks completely depend on your teacher. If the teacher is bad, they let their own personal opinions affect the mark they give you, even though you're not supposed to be marked on your beliefs. You're supposed to be marked on how you convey your thoughts and how you support an argument. HOW IS THAT SO HARD TO UNDERSTAND!?

    Especially bad are the morons who say "Ok, we'll write an essay arguing for OR against _____, but anyone who argues against will get a lower mark"
    I agree. This is why I usually do higher in my external exams than my school exams and my teachers don't really hate me.

    History is fun, although memorising the dates of every single event is tedious. I would have gladly continued history if our school lets us. Unfortunately we are limited to Five subjects in my current year- Bio, Chem, Math and Phy are absolute priorities for my 2 career options and English is unfortunately compulsory,.

  10. #150

    Favourite: Physics.
    Least Favourite: English.


 
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