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  • NF - English

    23 19.33%
  • NF - History

    16 13.45%
  • NF - Math

    3 2.52%
  • NF - Science

    8 6.72%
  • NT - English

    6 5.04%
  • NT - History

    11 9.24%
  • NT - Math

    10 8.40%
  • NT - Science

    20 16.81%
  • SJ - English

    2 1.68%
  • SJ - History

    2 1.68%
  • SJ - Math

    4 3.36%
  • SJ - Science

    1 0.84%
  • SP - English

    4 3.36%
  • SP - History

    3 2.52%
  • SP - Math

    2 1.68%
  • SP - Science

    4 3.36%
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  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    I don't have a favorite subject -- I like communication/writing, I like science, I like psychology, I like cultural/religious studies, and I like other subjects that all intermingle with those subjects.

    There's no real separation of subjects in my head, since all of them impact the other in terms of getting a better understanding of the Way The World Works. (Maybe that last bit is a better description of my "favorite subject" -- the Big Picture of life.)
    I like quoting people instead of having to type my own response. +1
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    I voted English. But for me it's a two way tie between English and Science. History following closely behind.

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    I'll be waiting for the brief result.

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    Math then science. Or science then math.

    How about Thermodynamics II and Control Systems Design? (favorite college classes - I think that would be both?)

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    History.

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    What's Science?Never had such a subject. Is it Physics, Biology, Geology, Chemistry...what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sytpg View Post
    What's Science?Never had such a subject. Is it Physics, Biology, Geology, Chemistry...what?
    By Science, I mean Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Geology, etc. all in one category because I don't have that many poll options.

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    I couldn't decide between science and maths, so I chose science since my college major was chemistry (nearly did enough maths to count as a major as well).
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCat View Post
    Lol I'm the only NF that prefers science. I made straight A's in every science class I've ever taken... I love it, what can I say?
    I would've chosen science since I really love organic chemistry and molecular biology, but I loathe inorganic chemistry, physics, and pretty much all other sciences. Oh yeah, and I want to see who voted

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    English, although I love many other subjects too.
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