TinklePants
GOLD Member since Jul 2005

TinklePants

Clique Infiltrator, Cunning Linguist and Master Debator
Location: Edinburgh burgh burrrrrr, Unit...

Total posts: 4217
  Posted: ok then, seeing as its that time of the year when you find out if you're a nerdy swat or a complete failure, lets list those subjects. be it for gcse or a levels, or anything you've chosen to study in the past.

I never got entered for my exams but I did the mocks before xmas and i passed all of them!

So, at school I chose these gcse subjects...
Child Development
Art
Business Studies
Home economics

ones I had no choice in learning were
the 3 sciences - chemistry, physics and biology
history
geography
english
maths
french
and
Welsh.

the only ones I enjoyed was Art and home ec! I should have chosen driver's ed! grrr
oh well thats in the past now, I shan't dwell upon it, seeing as it was 8 years ago!

did you have any unusual subjects? ubbrollsmile


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MiG
GOLD Member since Apr 2004

MiG

Self-Flagellation Expert
Location: Bogged at CG, Australia

Total posts: 3415
  Posted:pure maths, physics, english studies, legal studies and... furniture construction (yr 12/final HS year/senior - straight C [13/20])

aviation maths, navigation &meteorology, aviation physics, aerodynamics & aircraft systems (yr 1 uni - dropped out half way through. mid year results weren't pretty though)

now... i'm doing all sortsa stuff, mostly related to trade based stuff...


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"master"
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"There was an arse there, i couldn't help myself"
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_Aime_
SILVER Member since Jan 2004

_Aime_

Carpal \'Tunnel
Location: Hastings, United Kingdom

Total posts: 4172
  Posted:for GCSE i did

Maths
Statistics
English Language
English Literature
Chemistry
Physics
Biology
Textiles
Art
Expressive Arts
RE
ICT
French
German
PE (short course)

In september I'm going to be studying BTEC art and possibly a-level photography alongside it.


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rita queen of cheese


member
Location: warwickshire

Total posts: 84
  Posted:for gcse i did:
english
maths
science
religious studies
health and social care
music


mmmm..... me 250 characters, bubbly, loud n i luv cheese, not quite 250 characters but hey who cares

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Boo_Bunny
BRONZE Member since Mar 2005

Boo_Bunny

Sparkely arty Mormon rainbow fairy
Location: infront of you, United Kingdom

Total posts: 933
  Posted:GCSEs: Art, Child development, English, Englis Lit, Maths, Double Science, Food Tech, German, ICT
3Ds, 3Fs, 3Es and a G

Then i did Foundation GNVQ Art and Design, then Intermediate GNVQ Art and Desgin. Next Year im doing First Diploma Fine Art.


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Seye
SILVER Member since Mar 2005

Seye

Geek
Location: Manchester, UK

Total posts: 1261
  Posted:I did standard GCSE's, 10 of them.

For my A-Levels I did Maths & Stats, Chemistry and Computing.

Then I did 2 years of my Philosophy degree (but also sat modules in Cultural Studies) before deciding that I hate organised education.

I have to be able to choose what I am studying or I have no interest at all. I was constantly pushed through school by my teachers and have grown to resent it. For those of you who are (or want to be) teachers - There is a difference between encouragement and bullying.

I'm still reading philosophy in my own time and have also taken up reading astronomy and physics.


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martha


Member
Location: near Great yarmouth Norfolk

Total posts: 37
  Posted:for GCSE i did;
double science
english
english lit
maths
french
history
Buisness and comunication
textiles
p.e( long course)

in september i hope to do A levels in chemistry, biology, maths and sociology


ill tell you again, just buy a new one.

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Lemonkey


Lemonkey

Stalking amidst the desert, carrying an oversized scalpel...
Location: Huddersfield + Hull Uni... UK.

Total posts: 1019
  Posted:I won't list GCSE's, but I got about a C in everything... except Short Course RE and Statistics, D in both. frown

AS-levels Maths.
A-Levels -
Chemistry.
Geology.
Physics.

Have a Certificate of Higher Education in Oceanography with Chemistry.

... and am progressing into my second year of Medicinal Chemistry with a nice first. smile


Willy - is bad for your health...

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QuadDamage


QuadDamage

member
Location: Norwich

Total posts: 130
  Posted:A whole load of GCSEs, grades A* -> B.

I forget what they were. They were mostly boring.

Some sciencey A levels, grades A -> B.

I think I did Maths, Physics, Biology and Chemistry. All I'm certain of is that I've already unlearnt 1/2 of what I learnt in those subjects.


I sooooo need to "re - edumacate" myself...


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Arty Farty
BRONZE Member since Jul 2005

Arty Farty

I wear yellow on monday
Location: Farnham Ahoy, United Kingdom

Total posts: 551
  Posted:At GCSE i did

Art (B)
Graphics (C)
Home Ec (yes i am a guy) (C)
Spanish ( me llamo Arty Farty, vivo en la isla de wight) (D)
PRISM ( R.E) (B)
Double Science (C)
Maths (C)
English Language + Lit ( B + C)
History (C)

at A-Level

Art (A*) biggrin
General Studies (B)
Biology ( U- FAIL wink )

So i didnt do too badly, apart from that, ahem U. But i hated the bloody subject anyway. I loved art too much, and it paid off.

its nice to see weve all done summert art, music, textile/ creative stuff biggrin


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Arty Farty
BRONZE Member since Jul 2005

Arty Farty

I wear yellow on monday
Location: Farnham Ahoy, United Kingdom

Total posts: 551
  Posted:oops, posted twice redface
EDITED_BY: arty farty (1123523844)


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Lemonkey


Lemonkey

Stalking amidst the desert, carrying an oversized scalpel...
Location: Huddersfield + Hull Uni... UK.

Total posts: 1019
  Posted:Written by: arty farty
its nice to see weve all done summert art, music, textile/ creative stuff biggrin



Summert?

There are too many arty students these days, leading to a lack of Doctors and professional Scientists. I hope people see the light, and chose to study Science.


Willy - is bad for your health...

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Nucleopoi
BRONZE Member since Nov 2004

Nucleopoi

chemical attraction
Location: Ilkeston, Derbyshire, England

Total posts: 1097
  Posted:chemistry first year degree level

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Arty Farty
BRONZE Member since Jul 2005

Arty Farty

I wear yellow on monday
Location: Farnham Ahoy, United Kingdom

Total posts: 551
  Posted:Written by: Lemonkey


Written by: arty farty
its nice to see weve all done summert art, music, textile/ creative stuff biggrin





Summert?



There are too many arty students these days, leading to a lack of Doctors and professional Scientists. I hope people see the light, and chose to study Science.





Firstly 'Summert' is a country phrase meaning 'something' if you could not distinguish that!!



and secondly its important for everyone to do something creative, even the doctors you speak of. Do you deny everyone in the world a chance to express themselves because 'we need more doctors'? meh!!! sounds like on your the wrong website love.


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QuadDamage


QuadDamage

member
Location: Norwich

Total posts: 130
  Posted:Being creative is great. We all like doing it. Unfortunately, being creative doesn't set bones.



Anyway, studying a scientific subject does not stop someone expressing themselves.

Nor does studying any form of art prevent logical thought.



It seems to me you're making one of those "false dichotomy" thingies...

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Lemonkey


Lemonkey

Stalking amidst the desert, carrying an oversized scalpel...
Location: Huddersfield + Hull Uni... UK.

Total posts: 1019
  Posted:Written by: arty farty

Firstly 'Summert' is a country phrase meaning 'something' if you could not distinguish that!!Written by:


Haha, I thought so, I try not to colloquialise. tongue

Written by:
and secondly its important for everyone to do something creative, even the doctors you speak of. Do you deny everyone in the world a chance to express themselves because 'we need more doctors'? meh!!! sounds like on your the wrong website love.



Of course I don't think creativity should be impressed! I used to love art and graphic design, but I lack the imagination and such necessary to produce anything worthwhile. frown

... but the amount of people chosing the art's over the sciences is unbelievable! One guy I know acheived 90% average in Chemistry, and still has time to take part in dramatic productions on the side!... and a lot of people in my Uni Juggling club were Scientists.

To each their own. smile


Willy - is bad for your health...

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Lavatwilight
GOLD Member since Aug 2004

Lavatwilight

old hand
Location: Wellington somerset, UK

Total posts: 834
  Posted:ah gcse's only 2 years gone and they feel like they were an eternity away

Science (2xA*)
Maths (A)
English (C)
french (C)
It design/art (C)
d/t-tech (C)
it thingy gnvq...*shrugs*
im sure there was some
but i cant remember them

A levels
Maths
Physics
Psychology
and one year of philosophy
all unknown as yes
:needinggradestogetintounismiley:


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Kyle Mclean-
Contact without dance is like sex without wiggling.
A) it does feel as good
B) it does not look as good on film

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