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Favourite subject at school?

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Hey guys, What was your favourite subject at school? 

 

Mine was History or Geography, Can't decide!

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History, (specifically U.S. History) or all of High School English courses. I can't decide either which I like best.

Edit: Oh, I despise Science, but I loved Chemistry (Chemistry is the only class I passed with a 100%, aside classes like Spanish or Gym, but these classes are too easy for me, and they're not mandatory,) and I guess Physics is "okay", since I do find physics interesting. Aside these two types of Science courses, I can't stand Science, especially now when there's a lot of math involved.

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I'm really a fan of Calculus. Hell, I'll have taken 3 different courses of it before I graduate. But my second favorite would be French, this is my 5th year taking it and il est perfect!

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English and history are my favorite subjects, but I hate my classes this year (history solely because the material and the way we're learning it isn't that great, English solely because my classmates are annoying as hell).

I'm going to be doing drawing next year so I'm excited for that too.

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All of them... except gym. Fuck gym.

 

My two favorite teachers were math and writing teachers though. The math teacher was really laid back and let us do the calculus homework during class as long as he finished his lecture. I never had homework because of that. The writing teacher let us sleep in class if we were tired. I was always tired :P I still did well in the class though.

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I love mathematics. That's easily my favorite subject. A close runner up is chemistry. 


I'm really a fan of Calculus. Hell, I'll have taken 3 different courses of it before I graduate. But my second favorite would be French, this is my 5th year taking it and il est perfect!

Did you take Calculus 3? What are your thoughts on it if you did? 

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Always looked forward to english class. Didn't appreciate it as much as I should have when I was actually there though 

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I love mathematics. That's easily my favorite subject. A close runner up is chemistry. 

Did you take Calculus 3? What are your thoughts on it if you did? 

I'm currently taking Calc III. I actually don't mind doing double and triple integrals, with the whole dzdydx. The bad part about them is finding the limits sometimes. Right now we're on vector fields. They seem like they'll be a bit of a pain. Also, switching to polar can be a pain at times as well. Definitely better than Calc II. God I hate series.

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Programming. From basics onwards.

 

Planning on taking object oriented while I'm at university.

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Aboriginal Studies and Agriculture were my two favourites.

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English, mainly because I always had awesome English teachers.

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English, Irish and any foreign languages I did over the years.  Definitely felt like they were my forté.  Biology also, purely out of personal interest. :)

 

Technical Graphics was always enjoyable too.

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English and gym (+art and music in the past, hadn't had them after the 6th grade anymore), disliked math the most

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Would it be cheating if I said computer science and programming classes? After all, that's all in my major. Before college, math was my favorite.

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