What school subject did you have the most difficulty/did not do well in and why?


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Anna Levi Profile
Anna Levi answered

Maths and PE! I couldn't (and still can't) grasp maths, I get numbers mixed up a lot and often need to use a calculator, even for simple calculations which most people could do easily in their head.

PE was also incredibly stressful for me. I hated the screaming and shouting of the other kids, I couldn't keep track of what was going on, and I was hopeless at all sports in general. Nobody ever wanted me on their team, not even my friends!

HappyTo BeHereTo Profile

Political Science.  It's not that I did poorly, or got bad grades.  I just didn't like it. 

Some may have noticed that I don't answer political questions.  Even when people joke, the negativity is off putting.  I keep myself informed, but I don't choose to pollute my day beyond the news.

I'll be glad when this election is over.  Innocuous questions get political answers.  How can a photoshop of Hillary have anything to do with a music question?  People who like to answer with religious posts have honored the request to keep it relevant to the question.  I wish political posters would do the same.

Lard Ass Profile
Lard Ass answered

Math....of any type! Anything past simple addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, forget about it! Just can't grasp why letters need to be involved in math!

David Johnson Profile
David Johnson answered

Good question cause it is hard to answer. I was thinking for  a minute but I could not outline the only one I am bad at.  I am quite sure about mathematics and geometry. The second one stays the completely mistery for me till now.  One more is literature. I like reading but I am not in favour when somebody tells what to read and to analyse it all. 

Tom  Jackson Profile
Tom Jackson answered

Some of the technical aspects of English literature---never did care for dactyls and spondees.

Pepper pot Profile
Pepper pot answered

Maths, I did well up until my 4th year (age 15), then a teacher took me out my class and put me in the top group, even though I protested and said I was happy where I was.  Needless to say I really struggled and fell behind, the teacher only added to my misery by embarassing me in front of the class which made me feel an idiot. So I blame that maths teacher, she didn't help me and took a liking to publicly humiliating me, I actually dreaded going to school it got that bad. If I'd been left in the class I was in originally I would of flourished.  I feel a teacher can make and break a situation for you. Still, once I left school and was in a working environment maths made far more sense to me, and I couldn't understand why they'd made it sound so complicated. 

Leesa Johnson Profile
Leesa Johnson answered

It's Math. Due to fear and multiple step problems, I feel Math subject as the most difficult but now I'm ok with it. 

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