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PostPosted: Mon Feb 13, 2006 1:07 pm
by sakura_celia
For me, fact based subjects were the easiest. I am blessed in that I usually remember facts that I hear or read, so history, literature, and science were easy. Math was a major struggle (my incredibly patient teacher let me have as many extra hours -- yes, hours -- as I needed to take the test.) I was thrilled when P.E was done, and relieved when there was no more art! I remember facts, but not concepts. I can tell you names of people I barely know, but I can't remember "how" to do things that I don't repeat often, or where my family keeps many items.

I have gotten the impression that many people with dyspraxia are good at English, and struggle in math, but there are obviously exceptions to the rule!

IT

PostPosted: Mon Feb 13, 2006 9:46 pm
by k9ruby
IT and art.

In year 7, My teacher said it was Y11 quality and she would of been happy for a y11 if she did my quality of work. I also learnt to draw before i could walk.

I love IT. I learnt (taught myself) html at 9 (1 year affter us getting a computer). I nearly took my IT GSCE early (y7 i think), but when we started tol try and find out about it it got incredibly complicated.

I am now predicted a A in IT. I also know html, dhtml, javascript (some!), Css, a tiny bit of liberty basic which i have proberly forgotten. I also know more about IT than my dads IT advisor at work.

I also love GFX design.

PostPosted: Mon May 22, 2006 7:28 pm
by Joss1991
like/good

1. ICT
2. Drama
3. History
4. RE
5. food tech
6. science
7. maths (numbers)



hate/bad

1. English (ling and lat)
2. DT
3. PE
4. ART
5. Maths (shapes)
6. Geography.

PostPosted: Mon May 22, 2006 7:38 pm
by kitty_cute
BBC Acorns! We used to have those! They had cool games like Floppy the Frog, and Crystal 2... Anyway lol.

PostPosted: Tue May 23, 2006 12:57 am
by emma
at school geography was my favourite subject and also a subject which i really exceled at i am now doing it as a degree yes its very hard but it a degree. I enjoy the subject because it is so broad and can sometimes be very practical. however i do find the drawing aspect very difficult, but my teachers are now aware of this and are willing to help.
I am up late trying to revise for my exam tomorrow afternoon I am quite sceared because i don't think i know enough.

emma.

PostPosted: Wed May 24, 2006 1:48 pm
by meme
I've always really enjoyed and been really good at English Language, the last few years I've had to do English Lit tho and although it is hard I enjoy the challenge. I also really enjoyed Spanish-it just came to me naturally, I didnt really have to try. I love Drama due to the whole being a different person and confidence thing
I was good at history when I put my mind to it and took my time, but it really didnt interest me. My worst subjects were probably home economics/cookery and Tech & Design-it was the whole practical thing I couldnt do.

PostPosted: Wed May 24, 2006 4:46 pm
by Hermionefan5
Um, I tried to vote but I couldn't so I'll just say that my best subject is English/writing. :D