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View Poll Results: What is/was your BEST subject?

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  • NF - English

    13 14.61%
  • NF - History

    4 4.49%
  • NF - Math

    4 4.49%
  • NF - Science

    6 6.74%
  • NF - Foreign Language

    5 5.62%
  • NT - English

    10 11.24%
  • NT - History

    5 5.62%
  • NT - Math

    10 11.24%
  • NT - Science

    14 15.73%
  • NT - Foreign Language

    1 1.12%
  • SJ - English

    0 0%
  • SJ - History

    0 0%
  • SJ - Math

    3 3.37%
  • SJ - Science

    1 1.12%
  • SJ - Foreign Language

    1 1.12%
  • SP - English

    3 3.37%
  • SP - History

    2 2.25%
  • SP - Math

    4 4.49%
  • SP - Science

    1 1.12%
  • SP - Foreign Language

    2 2.25%
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  1. #21
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    See.. I have no idea which one to pick. I might say that I'm best at one, but I'm about the same at all of them. Being a straight A student and none of the work being difficult.. :/ Yes, I did just say that.. I guess I'll have to wait to know till I get to college. I like all of them in their own ways, but physics is one of my favorites.. So, maybe science? I'm interested in little aspects of each so it's not like I can go off that. I'm almost at a loss..
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    Quote Originally Posted by cascadeco View Post
    Actually I did fine on all subjects, but so as to break the tie I was most talented/interested in math and science subjects. I found English boring (although I loved *reading* the novels...just didn't like analyzing them/breaking them apart), as well as history - at least the manner in which history was taught in school.
    Indeed. I hated English because they forced you to basically open up to someone you barely knew. At least Grammar was impersonal.

    Anyway, History and Maths. Science was always taught horribly so I never got into it.

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    ENTJ, best subject was History, followed by Biology, Chemistry and English if I recall correctly. I was terrible in Maths.

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    I hope that there was Art among the choices. I can't decide among the choices for SP...though I did good in English during my elementary days and Asian History during highschool. I liked Chemistry and Geometry during my highschool days. But I eventually chose English btw.
    I'm a Phlegmatic-Melancholy.

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    I was a History major for awhile so that's what I picked. I've always done well in English. I did really well in my science classes because they were environmental science, history of science and technology and geology. All of it made sense because I could understand the history of the earth and get my why's answered. I don't really care about how unless I'm going to do something with it. Not planning to engineer or concoct anything so physics and chemistry meh. Math? If I need it to make the most logical/cost effective decision, I'll figure it out. I managed a D in algebra but since I need it for the GRE, I'll figure it out.

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    INTJ - I put English, but foreign languages applies too. As does history...

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    esfp did well in all subjects except excelled in math the most!

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    I was good at everything except art.
    Probably best subject was science, especially human anatomy and physiology.
    It's very beautiful.

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    if we're giving more than one answer, then after psychology, i was best in literature.

    math is my weakness.
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    I'm INTP and I chose foreign languages. They're currently a side interest for me now (mostly because I need them for instrumental reasons), so I don't consider them my favorite subjects. Also, I kind of hated it when we had to do all kinds of inter-group talking in the language classes. I usually just skipped and got through by getting A's on all of the assignments and tests.

    That being said, foreign languages and linguistics have always been extraordinarily easy subjects for me. I understood them intuitively, and considered them some of my easiest classes. I'd make my profs crazy because I'd never show up for group discussions, was hardly prepared, and yet I'd still ace the grammar tests and essays. This may be unrelated to language skills, I don't know, but I was also very good at computer languages and formal logic.

    My second best subject (included in the poll) was probably history, followed by science. Math least of all. English was easy (as far as grammar and essay construction), but I always felt uncomfortable interpreting and talking about novels. Everyone (the loud F types) would have these pretentious interpretations, and I'd roll my eyes. But I could never come up with a good one outside of the usual historical context analysis.
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