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Honestly, I've always loved everything in school - minus certain "teacher prep courses" I took in college. They were so boring - and I have organization difficulties. Nonetheless, I regret that I didn't fight harder in those courses.
Well, it's been a fair few years since schooling for me, but I always loved the computer-based classes. Computer sciences, basic web development and so on. Primarily because they were so easy and I spent the vast majority of my time goofing around on the internet since I had finished my work for the day .
Didn't really like my teacher and my teacher didn't like me either. I did well in the exams but it was so boring. The theory is just so dry. I only did well because of the maths elements and I still had to do a bit of physics with my advanced Maths (mechanics module).
There were a lot of factors that determined what my favourite subjects were. Some include: whether or not I was interested in the area of study and secondly, how nice my teacher was. I have ranked the subjects in order, starting with my most favoured:
I used to like my language related subjects a lot.
As for the other subjects, they were just too boring for me. That includes mathematics, science, social and whatnot. We used to have three language subjects and only because of those, I was saved from being a down performer.
After getting into university, everything changed and I fell in love with programming.