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Post Reply Your favorite subject in school?
Posted 4/28/15
Science.

Because i learnt so much from it, and it made me understand the world better. Sometimes, the facts intrigue me... like learning about the environment, atoms, how the body works... how there are so many things happening in my body... it's intriguing and useful.




like other subjects, like art or english, while i enjoy them, i don't see them as "useful"... what's the point of discussing ideas about a fictional world, y'know? I mean it's fun sometimes... but at the end of the day, it's pretty pointless... you can't save lives or gain anything by talking, "Oh, this character really wanted to get revenge... blah blah".

Whereas science is so practical, you can do so many things with the knowledge.
Posted 4/28/15 , edited 4/28/15

GayAsianBoy wrote:

Science.

Because i learnt so much from it, and it made me understand the world better. Sometimes, the facts intrigue me... like learning about the environment, atoms, how the body works... how there are so many things happening in my body... it's intriguing and useful.




like other subjects, like art or english, while i enjoy them, i don't see them as "useful"... what's the point of discussing ideas about a fictional world, y'know? I mean it's fun sometimes... but at the end of the day, it's pretty pointless... you can't save lives or gain anything by talking, "Oh, this character really wanted to get revenge... blah blah".

Whereas science is so practical, you can do so many things with the knowledge.


(Ed: I'm sorry , I don't mean to preach on the practicality of the arts when compared to the sciences.)
It depends on what you are going into, liberal arts is to be respected. You need language arts if you're planning on going into communications as a journalist or reporter or becoming a lawyer or going into business. Art or music can fetch thousands of dollars per piece with skill and talent. As you know, performance art is the backbone of hollywood. No one denies science for its obvious uses, but science can be equally useless as any liberal arts course if you go into a field where you do not use it. Unless of course you're already a succesful person and studying for personal enrichment and for the sake of learning and not financial gain.

I may be looking at it from a money perspective, but the aesthetics of both the arts and sciences are about the same if you ask me though:)


To answer OP, English, or History. (History repeats itself, subtlely but surely!)
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Posted 4/28/15
By far, math. Love numbers.
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Posted 4/30/15
Creative Writing and Art were my favorite subjects! Though if I were forced to choose one of the listed it'd be either Science, or English.
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Music before. Math now.
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English and history.
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Forensics
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Art class duh
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Writing, like creative writing or anything like that, something that can be fun, and be nice to hear feedback, as well learn and improve from.
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Posted 5/18/15
I don't really have a favorite. I like all of them from time to time.
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ART
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I like math
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I'm generally a more stay in the house, work on a computer and generally do safe things. But in high school I chose to try something different. I took woodworking and I would build my own designs. other than my friends it was the most enjoyable part of my high school experience. I really loved it.
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I like fizzix. When I was younger, I've always liked those science fact books. Math gets dull and chemical reactions are annoying. I also look up to professors whom have backgrounds in physics. I just think it's rad.
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Graphic design/photography
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