• Question: what subjects did you like at school?

    Asked by ashley to Amit, Emily, Jo, Martin, Paige on 13 Mar 2012.
    • Photo: Emily Bullen

      Emily Bullen answered on 12 Mar 2012:

      I liked maths (because the answers were either right or wrong, and I understood what i was doing), chemistry and biology (because I liked to know why things are the way they are).

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      Martin Wallace answered on 13 Mar 2012:

      I really liked english and drama when I was at school. However I agree with Emily, I thought marking was a lot fairer in maths and science. Arts subjects like English can be very objective, meaning that one person might really like one thing, but another might not find it to their taste. With Maths it was either right or wrong which is very satisfying.

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      Amit Pujari answered on 13 Mar 2012:

      Early in school, I use to like history. I used to get amazed by war stories and how people use to live in old days. Towards my GCSE I started becoming more interested in Physics and Biology. Physics because, it explained things like ‘how gravitation works’ and biology because it explained how ‘plants, animals (including us) form and grow’.

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      Joanne Davies answered on 13 Mar 2012:

      Hello Ashley. Great question.

      I enjoyed lots of subjects at school.

      I liked Art because it allowed me to be creative.
      I also liked Commerce (Trade and Aids to Trade).
      I loved learning languages too. I studied Welsh, English and French.

      My favourite sport was hockey. 🙂

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      Paige Brown answered on 13 Mar 2012:

      I always loved biology!! I loved finding out about the cell and how different cells made up different organs. I also liked physics… I liked solving the problems!!