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well i hate everything taught in school but the most good was RE because you didn't do nothing in that lesson and the test is easy. Now if were talking about subjects i like personally doing my own research into which is way better than school pretty much anything science. And then some history.
Worse was French, that lango is worse than English and English is bad enough also other kids gotta to learn german which i didn't how unfair. I would say PE would be my worst too but in reality i always skipped it or set out and never got told off for doing so, so it was all good.10
Favourite: philosophy and ethics. Partially as I found it so interesting but also it just made sense to me, everything seemed to click despite everyone finding it difficult and suddenly I could remember all of the theological arguments and Hume's responces etc
Fave and least fave: sports depending on activity
Hated: art. It was just too restrictive and our teacher (s) always criticised us also it takes patience and was a pain in general.10
My faves are history and literature but i hate mathematics more than anything on earth cause i just can't grasp that shit and second of all its not algebra that's gonna teach me how to pay my electricity bills10
What Girls & Guys Said
I was fatalistic about it - no hate, just a few 'dislikes'.
I had no affection to ''arts'' --> pointless.
And ''music'' was a pain, too - mainly because I was forced to play the recorder flute where 'my' instrument was the guitar, actually.
History, Math, Geography and Physics were ok in themselves, but were presented in the dullest way possible - no delight at all :)
Favourites... Chemistry was nice; I had opportunity to carry out secret experiments whenever we were allowed to be close to the ''laboratory'' (teacher was a buddy of my Mom, and he liked beers between lessons); English (foreign language to me, then) was great, but mostly because of the bubbly character of my (later) teacher/s.
Sociology, and educational science - I enjoyed much, due to the fact that silly class discussions could be triggered any time with a provocative comment thrown in.
(yes: we had SJW's already, back then)10
As for favourite ones - Mechatronics (engineering, electronics, programming), Science (physics, chemistry), Maths and History.
Hate is a strong word, if I was to choose "a less favourite" subject, mildly said, it would be Ethics (since it's just a time killer), Graphical Systems (I could have learned that in an hour, not waste a whole year with it) and Applied Electrical Engineering (the teacher was, pardon my french, an asshole).11
I loved all my math, science and art classes.
I hated US History. Primarily, I hated the presentation. Long, dry lectures that waded into the minutiae of who did what, where, when and why was unnecessary form to understand the big picture, and it bores me to death. Note: this was in 1989-90... It may have changed since then.21
Always depening on the teacher.
But i like art/math/biology
and hated history, as it was always taught so boring.
Physics/Chemistry/Music/ were some subjects that rarely were taught.10
History was my favorite by far. English was my least favorite because they chose books that were well written and considered literary classics, but which were painfully boring. Like Moby Dick is a classic, and I think all in all it's a good book, but man oh man is it a slog to get through with its detailed whaling descriptions. I would have preferred 1984 by George Orwell or something.0
P. E was my favourite (before anyone says it doesn't count, we did theory with it so it wasn't BTEC)
Least fave was chemistry! Just because I was bad at it.10
Most hated was English Literature and Advanced Math.
Most loved any shop classes. It didn't matter if it was wood, metal, automotive shop classes.
I even like Home Economics and Photography classes10
Fav: math, physics, chemistry and englishWorst: Arabic (i am from Iraq) Our score system is lowest 0 and max is 100, my avarage was between 88-92 without arabic.10
High School favorites were Geometry and French. Least favorite: English and Art
University favorites were Translation and Mathematical Economics. Least favorite: Speech and German Literature.10
Favorite = Art. I had wanted to be a professional artist.
Least favorite = gym class. I was the fat kid who got picked last for teams20
I like biology and English/American lit. I hated math the most probably. I used to cry doing my math homeworks lol.11
Disliked: grammar, and now they have renamed basically all those silly names so I learned them for nothing.10
I loved art, music, p. e, English, language classes and history
I hated math and science22
History and gym I hated when I went. Science was weird for me because even though I was interested in it, I was NO good at it lol. Math I liked though and was very good at. And at that time, computer classes were new and just starting, enjoy it also.10
Love: Economics, Chemistry, Physics and TLE (Technology and Livelihood Education).
Hate: Our national dialect class and Algebra. They're so pointless and not practical.
I'd just say there are a lot of things I love and hate about math.10
Geography was my favourite. I was also good at English and RE but those weren't as much fun. History was cool too.
I hated biology because the classroom smelled funny. And I was really bad at Games.10
Favorite: Mathematics, Geometry, English
In high school I liked Physics and Senior English because the teacher was awesome.
I hated French.10
Didn't want to be there in the first place after the first day.
No particular favorite. found most subjects easy if I put any effort into it even that I have dyslexia.10
Favorite: math and physics.
Hated: social sciences.10
My favourite was English. I've always been a big reader so it was an enjoyable and easy class for me. Even when I missed 40% of my classes due to illness I still had a 97%
Math was my most hated subject. I just couldn't get it. I could feel my brain just shut down and stop trying to process numbers and equations once they got complicated. I had to take a special course in grade nine, and then still failed in grade ten and had to take it again. Grade eleven they gave me a pity pass when I had a 49%, and grade twelve I passed with a 52%
I also wasn't a fan of gym class. I was a heavier kid, even though I biked to school every day and rode horses on the weekend. I wasn't out of shape, but I looked like I was, and I always felt self-conscious. Plus, the horses I rode weren't trained all that well so I got thrown a lot and was sore and bruised by Monday and gym just aggravated my injuries