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Heh, really? Thing is, med happens to be the most sought after course in the state in my country, accepting only the highest marks. T_T (I think this is because we have a pretty good medical system, resulting in highly paid medical practitioners.)
I can't exactly drop out from one course to med, it's gotta be my first choice.
You should be a gynecologist. SO fun.
What is this, from personal experience?
My favorite subject is maths, it is so important and so useful subject, i like this subject so much, this subject is depend on the calculation, this subject is use in every field.
Right now that would be English and German. Anthropology was awesome last year~
at my old school it was History and Politics too
I used to love English, art, and PE classes the most <3
I find a lot of subjects interesting in their own way, but my favourite would be the social sciences which would include sociology and psychology; that's what I'm planning to major in. Of course there was physical education that was a great stress reliever! And the only science course that I enjoyed was biology.
arts and languages
"Physics is the only real science. The rest are just stamp collecting." -- Ernest Rutherford
He was wrong though.
PhysicsChemistry is the only real science. The rest are just stamp collecting." -- Ernest Rutherford
There we go.
Physics and math serve chemistry.
Needless to say chemistry was my favorite subject in high school and still is. I remember waking up and looking forward to school because of chemistry. I even looked forward to chemistry exams in high school. This has worn off quite a bit now that I'm at university though.
My other favorite subject in high school was art. I learned so much in there.
I also loved US history and European literature/comp. Algebra was a great class as well.
Subjects I hated were pre-calculus and biology.