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Translations: Gintama 507 (2)
My favourite subject was and I think always will be, Biology, with Chemistry a close second. Many people at least in my country, where Biology involves a lot of memory work, hate it because you need to invest a lot of time in memorising. But for me, if something is interesting and makes enough sense, I'll be able to remember it more or less. Biology is very intriguing to me, so I do well at it in school.
I don't really have a subject I really disliked. I love to learn, whatever it is I am learning. If I ever disliked a class it was more because the teacher annoyed me, bored me, or something along those lines Oh but I kinda didn't like Chinese back when it was mandatory for me to learn it. I was never really good with it because the only time I spoke it was in that class, and hence it was quite a pain to have to write essays and everything or even listen in class when I only understood 90% of what was going on (Chinese lessons are conducted fully in Chinese). I don't like not understanding what is going on
When I was in high school, I dig for Mathematics (of course), Biology and Chemistry. When I was in college, I preferred Number Theory, Plane Geometry, Graph Theory, and Calculus 2 and 3.
When I was in high school, I loathed (LOL) history a lot because I suck in memorizing. And when I was in college, I still despised history. What the hell with the past?
Astronomy is the most interesting subject for me.
To learn about the stars,planets and other unearthly phenomenons is just exciting.
Computer science love it. sports (p.e.?), not so much ... i hate it.
off-topic, what subjects does your education institution (lol) offer? i've never heard of astrology in school before. or are you in university?
When I was little I've always like History.
But college, I love Astronomy! I really enjoyed the class and to be honest if only I were good at math I would major in it.
The only thinking part comes when a composition is needed to be written, occasionally thinking in comprehension.
I don't want to boast, but I'm quite good in English but it is still not enough, that is why I've been focusing alot on reading nowadays.
My chinese is the most hated subject I've ever had, but it's not for this topic
Next up is Social Studies, I love that subject and the skills it equips me with~
Computer Science/Science ^_^
Physics! Boring and frustrating as hell to start, but so elegant in depth! Biophysics and astrophysics are cool ever-expanding areas. Also love mathematics and music and art.
As for least favorite, any English class. I always seem to get subjective profs. My papers are alright.... I just misinterpret the assignment. I also seem to really suck in foreign language, it's my worst area.
I liked subjects that have to do with Psychology. Mathematics and Statistics were also one of my favorite. Computer Sciences have always been easier for me and perhaps my favorite.
1. Corporate Finance
3. Financial Accounting
Numbers FTW!!!! and history too!!!
My favorite subjects were anything computer, biology, and chemistry. Gym was better without doing that 1-mile run, but having volleyball. I miss swinging on the ropes too.
I started to like psychology as well. :3
Started with chemistry last week, so my subjects are physical chemistry, anorganical chemistry, organical chemistry, maths, analytical chemistry and measurement data analysis.
I only got a brief impression so far, but I guess I might like physical chemistry best. It's the best of maths - actually practically using it instead of theorycrafting - and I like physics as a single subject, too. I'm curious about Analytical Chemistry once the practice part begins, it's only theoretical preparation for a few weeks.
We're also gonna have to pick one extracurricular studies. There are such which are still related to chemistry (IT for chemists for example), but I think I'm gonna take something related to psychology.
It has always been my favorite class. Seeing as I was fluent in reading since BEFORE I was in school. I get 100% every test. Seriously.
I love learning about History. It is like... so fun! Really. I was just learning about England a little while ago~ And I got like 90%'s every test.
Maths. Or chinese. Whichever of the two happens to have less homework on the day.