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Almost anything science related. Biology, Chemistry, Physics...strangely though not much of a Math lover
My favorite subject has to be Art class. Although I'm terrible at it, its still fun!
P.E, definitely P.E.
Science, especially biology. That's why I take major in medicine now. :P After biology, I also like chemistry and music class. I'm a total no-no at drawing class and P.E.
Oh, Medicine major. Got a particular area you're interested in the most?
I studied Medicine for a couple of years but it was never my favourite, I liked white biology (cellular level) combined with chemistry. Working with amines, acetaminophens and diazotizations was awesome.
Favorite subject is and always will be Political Science. Greatest eva
Area, as in specialty? I'm not very sure myself at the moment, but somehow I'm attracted to specialties which are not very common in my country. Say, for example, forensic doctors or chiropractic doctors. It's quite rare here. But rare could mean that the education fee is so high or it's very hard. That's why I'm not so sure yet. XD But my parents would advise me to take specialty in internal organs, like my uncle.
White biology is my favorite as well. Somehow I found it fascinating to know tons of complicated reactions happen in such a tiny cell. I can take it until level of tissues and organ systems, or talking about human in general. But when it comes to drugs, I'm pretty dead. XD
I've forgotten most of my basic chemistry on high school as well. All I studied in this semester was only how carbohydrates, proteins, and lipids look like. I was even too lazy to remember their names and shapes. XD I'm a total fail, haha~
That is great! Good luck with medicine. It is way harder than what I thought it could have been... But I survive, somehow. :3
here- is a good explanation!
Anyway, go for Med in Uni! A couple of friends of mine are taking it atm and they love it to the core. It's major difficult, but it's more of a challenge than a bore.
I have a friend who is also a clever, diligent, and active student when he was in high school. We went to competitions few times together. But in uni he took major in communication. A while ago he told me that he was planning to take a test again this year to enter the medicine major.
It's a shame that he had to waste one year if he really transfers to medicine major this year. My point is, choose carefully.
Indeed, choose carefully. I wasted one year studying Business Innovation & Entrepreneurship. Now I'm taking a one to two year break from school to work and then I have to go back to get my two degrees. Most likely in religion, history or political science (foreign relations.
Science is a pretty good subject. How do you feel about physics? Hard as hell and annoying, biology and chemistry (to some degree) are definitely better and much more fun. Do they do labs at your school?
MejM3J: I don't do physics at school, and we do have labs, but most experiments seem pretty lame to me, from what my friends were talking about.
Strangely, my country includes physics (Dynamics and Mechanics) in our mathematics as it's part of calculus...T_T Stupid motions...
I personally prefer chemistry, it makes so much more sense. Also, just the thought of bunsens sets off my
pyromaniacintellectual concern with flame tests.
And thanks, Blai, Phio. Are you guys in the reasearch branch of medicine, as in, pathology or medical sciences and the like, or are you guys studying to be medical practitioners like surgeons? (Lol brain or heart?)
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Most experiments for physics? Chem labs are fun, especially when teachers do demonstrations that students aren't allowed to do.
HAHA, poor you. Physics is a bad class to take, to be honest. X_x Too many equations.