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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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    English. Words have always been my one and only gift. I can write poems that make my teachers cry, and the poems don't mean anything to me.
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    I voted English, but I hadn't seen the option NF - Science. I prefer Science! xD
    I like physics the most... And I like the grammar part of English, not so much the literature part. And I don't like Math.

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    Science and math were hands-down my favorites, although I voted science just because it was most interesting to me. From elementary school on, I really loved science classes. I also loved art and was pretty involved in music (orchestra - oboe player).
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    Science.

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    Medicine and science are both very interesting fields to me.
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    I chose History, but I also loved English.
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    Hmmm I like most subjects as long as they are able to let me engage with them so to speak but voted science as that is full of excitement for me due to the concept based nature.
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    I would have to say history. Of course just sitting there and regurgitating facts sounds like drudgery, but wasn't that the case for most classes? It has to be engaging. I greatly enjoyed my professor putting hilarious spins on the subject to make a point (i.e, acid with architecture).
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    My favorite subjects are religion and philosophy, but science is my favorite out of the choices listed. Biology and physics are still fascinating to me, and while I found chemistry more difficult and slightly less interesting it was still a fun subject to learn about. I enjoyed a few of my English classes, but most of them involved reading books I wasn't particularly interested in at the time. (When it comes to fiction, I fixate on a particular author and want to read all their books back-to-back, so my interest at the time rarely corresponded to the required reading.)

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    It's so hard to pick! I just went with English since I love love love writing books; writing papers is only so-so for me, though, and I dislike identifying the parts of sentences *yawn* I think it also depends on the field of the subject we're talking about. I adore microbiology but geology ... And I really enjoyed geometry theorems in high-school but algebra isn't my favorite. I almost always love history though but not as much as I love my favorite fields within other subjects. *nodnod*
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