Always depended on the teacher at school. First school, I hated biology and loved physics; was indifferent to chemistry. Second school, I was indifferent to biology, liked chemistry but still liked physics better. Third school, I hated all three. Those were the only sciences on offer in UK schools.
Never been much of a scientist. I made a thread quite a while back begging to know whether I was the only NT in the world who wasn't a science geek. But I did like the bit on cosmology and quantum physics I did as part of an intended degree a coupla years back. I'd have liked it better had it not been in a formal education type context.
Oh, wait, someone said anthropology? That's a science? Well, in that case, that one. I sorta have made it part of my career. But as for any other science, even if I liked them and was good at them, I still don't think I would, just cos there isn't much out there in the job market for that kinda thing... and what there is requires copious amounts of formal education, which I hate more than anything on earth!!