Which school subject did you enjoy in school?

@Java09 (3080)
United States
January 19, 2010 6:38pm CST
I remember when I was in school I had a hard time with Science and Math.Those were my worst subjects.I was good at Grammar.I knew how to identify the types of sentences.I was great at spelling too.My favorite class in high school,I should say "fun class" was art.I enjoyed art,because I loved to draw.What subject did you enjoy in school?
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@nautilus33 (1831)
20 Jan 10
HI! My favorite school subject were the foreign languages. I loved to learn German and English and even at the university I continue with them. At the university I have studied German and as a second foreign language I have chosen English,because I have learned it before and I haven't got any problems with the understanding etc. Now I am a teacher in German, which I think also shows, which one was my favorite subject at school!
@thewayis (648)
• Bulgaria
20 Jan 10
I always liked History and English. I was really good at Math and Physics, but I never liked them. I liked sports, too, because we had them only twice a week for about 40min and it just wasn't enough. I think that Our educational system needs more sports and better sports bases, because kids nowadays are all about computer games and they need some movement. If not in school, then where? However, I got a bit out of topic. Sorry
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@ravinskye (8242)
• United States
20 Jan 10
I always loved Math in school. It was the one thing I was pretty good at. Science was okay. I hated History. I just never could take an interest in History. i've never been good at remembering the dates of events that happened.
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• Canada
20 Jan 10
In elementary school, I mostly enjoyed art, music, geography, and computer type classes. In high school, I enjoyed music, geography, and computer classes, as well as a course called world religions in which you learned about all the different main religions throughout the world. As for what subjects I disliked, I would have to say that by far I hated math all throughout my school days.
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@coldmoon (1092)
• France
20 Jan 10
My favorite subjects were maths, sciences, and literature. I have a sense of logic as well as romantic, and I was good at both. I didn't like history, but it was my teacher's fault that she forced us to learn by heart everything without pointing out the meaning of this subject.
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@allknowing (84275)
• India
20 Jan 10
Mathematics was my favourite subject and I still cannot forgive myself for reading a problem wrongly and losing heavy marks for my public exam. Carelessness was always the cause for my losing marks. Reading a problem in a hurry and rushing to answer it for no rhyme or reason. Intelligence alone is not enough to succeed in life!
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@maezee (37689)
• United States
20 Jan 10
I had a hard time in my science and math classes too. The only kind of math I was good at was (is) Logic, and it's barely even dealing with numbers (and that's probably why I was good at it lol). For some reason numbers have always confused me. I'm a LITERAL person. I always excelled in writing (English class) and my world language classes (Japanese). History I also did OK in. But science and math? Definitely not. lol.
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• United States
20 Jan 10
Im going to go outside my normal box. I moslty loved all my psych classes, but one class that I got huge enjoyment from was geology. Not just the learning about everything, but even writing my final papers was so interesting. I really got to learn about the creation of so many great places, like Zion Park in Utah, and all the cool formations in Australia. I suggest it as a class for anyone.
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@KicDash (89)
• United States
20 Jan 10
Well in my case my worst subjects are History and English, I don't know why but it's difficult to me. And my favorite subjects are Math and of course gym lol. For me math is kind of easy because I'm usually good with numbers. And gym because I'm very athletic
• United States
20 Jan 10
I loved, loved history and science. I still study many aspects of history on my own as a hobby.
@Janey1966 (24126)
• Carlisle, England
20 Jan 10
Have you heard of Simon Schama? Every time he is on telly with one of his history programmes I am in awe of his knowledge...and he's cute too!
• United States
21 Jan 10
No but what cannel is he on I will check him out.
• Philippines
20 Jan 10
Math, computer and Art are the subjects that I enjoyed. But the worst subject for me is English and Science. :)
• United States
20 Jan 10
I loved computers. And I have always been really good. But I think that this is also because my dad's profession is in the computer industry and my brother has always been really good with computers as well. So you never really know, I guess that some of us are just better at some subjects because we have grown up around the same ideas.
• Philippines
20 Jan 10
I like science, and its different branches, particularly physics, but I have a hard time with chemistry.
• United States
20 Jan 10
I think that we all have this same dilemma. I think that for the most part, we are able to grasp some parts of a subject and not others because they are either more interesting to us, or we just don't want to understand them. But then there are also those who would love to grab hold of such things, but it's really hard. But we don't give up, in which case we have the ability to become great at it. It just takes time.
@kyel_11 (1069)
• Philippines
21 Jan 10
my all time favorite subject is mathematics! i find it fun playing with numbers! and i so love the challenge that it brings :D
@lala501 (1533)
• United States
20 Jan 10
Well I was one of those students who were in all the advanced classes so I really wasn't bad at any subject. But I would have to say the one I enjoyed most as in a required class was math. I know it sounds kind of nerdy but math has always been so interesting to me. I would have to say the subject that wasn't a required class that I enjoyed was art,choir,and drama. I love art in all kinds of forms so that's why I enjoyed those types of classes. I would have to say that the subject that I struggled with the most was science, but I think that subject is a pretty commen subject that people would enjoy, but I did not.
• United States
20 Jan 10
My favorite subject in school was English. I always passed with flying colors. But I too never did well in math or science. I failed miserably at them. I think that the reason for this is because these subjects never interested me nor was I able to grasp the idea of them. I do however love a part of math. And that is math of money. That is why my dream is to become an accountant. Because I love math of money and I am very good at it.
@Janey1966 (24126)
• Carlisle, England
20 Jan 10
My favourite subject at school was most definitely English! The reason for this is that I was good at it. Subjects that I was no good at like Maths I didn't like lol. One regret is that I never pursued an English A Level, was content with my English GCE and a CSE Grade 1 (which is an O level equivalent) so, in effect, I had 2 English O Levels..complicated but there you go! A job was far more important in 1982 than to acquire more qualifications. For me to get back into Higher Education now would cost me a lot of money.
@May2k8 (9242)
• Indonesia
20 Jan 10
I enjoy learning math, English, chemistry and physics. I had forgotten how precious at my school, it is now no longer able to enjoy it. I am very good at counting, and making tools of electronic books.
• Philippines
20 Jan 10
i enjoyed english and science, i never got to like mathematics..until now i still suck on math..
@shuyin101 (206)
• Philippines
20 Jan 10
I enjoyed my Math subject s specially when I have solved a difficult problem. It feels like you did something great and it feels so good. But I hate it when the problem is out of this world that I cant answer it no matter what! grrrrrr
@thaMARKER (2559)
• Philippines
20 Jan 10
i like psychology. i got good grades in psych when i was in college. i also like networking subjects (i'm an IT grad by the way).. i like being online(Internet) so i love to know how everything goes/works with this technology thingy..