• Question: did you like science when you were in school?

    Asked by starsun362 to Chris, Sameed, Jose, Joanna, Heidi, Freya on 9 Nov 2019. This question was also asked by name362paw, away362map.
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      Chris Rink answered on 9 Nov 2019:

      Yes! I’ve always enjoyed science, especially since year 9 when I had a slightly crazy chemistry teacher

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      Heidi Thiemann answered on 11 Nov 2019:

      I’ve always loved science, especially astronomy and physics, but I also loved other hands-on subjects like art. 🙂

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      Joanna Barstow answered on 11 Nov 2019:

      Not always, no. I only really started to enjoy physics towards the end of my GCSEs, when the course became more about thinking and solving problems instead of just memorising facts and formulae. I always loved learning about space and astronomy though.

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      Freya Addison answered on 11 Nov 2019:

      Yes, I have always loved science. I did find some aspects not quite as interesting as others, such as human and animal biology, but my twin sister took up the mantle on that, and she is now a veterinary nurse. I joined a science club and enjoyed doing engineering projects but I really loved space the most learning about the sun and stars. It was more through extracurricular I got to explore science than in the classroom, although I did have a wonderful Chemistry teacher.

    • Photo: Sameed Muhammed

      Sameed Muhammed answered on 11 Nov 2019:

      I think I enjoyed maths more than science but eventually started enjoying both during my last two years in school.

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      Jose Brandao-Neto answered on 12 Nov 2019:

      Sure did.

      But I also liked cycling.

      and I had a PC early on. I hated Assembly language and geeks that pretended to understand it.