Languages are easy for me. English, French, Japanese, Chinese... I pick up languages easily and can use words well.
My problem subject has always been Math. The concepts don't come naturally to me so I actually have to do lots of practice problems in order to do well. Which is why I usually fail midterms but make up for it by acing the final.
I think it all depends on your strengths and weaknesses. That being said, math was always the hardest for me, and science was always the easiest. Only because I had more interest than it than math. I hated that subject!
I used to find math really difficult, only this year have I began to get a better understanding of it. I enjoy biology, but I fail at it quite alot. Art, English Class and Computer ICT has always been the easiest to me.
Oh well, anyway, I believe that understanding an issue is very dependent on who is explaining it. I'm not the kind of genius that self-learns. So in high-school I'd say the hardest was Portuguese, even though everything was basic, because the teacher was a stuck up that liked gay poetry. And the easiest to learn would be Maths and Chemistry, because the teachers were really nice (and I had nice tutors as well). In the end those that were "easiest" to learn were those I had more trouble with. In compensation they are the ones I still remember.
In college the easiest would be... Biochemistry. Phisiology. I just went there and passed. I don't remember any of it, except for the seat I used when I did the exam. Hardest is definetely anatomy. Can't pass it, even with a miracle. In my area there is really not any place to think hard or imagine things, stuff is just like that and all we can use is logic. I'm not really good at it, but for some reason I have a "good clinical eye" and get most things right based off only on history (and I looked for experience too).
The hardest subjects for me are math and chemistry, taught by the same teacher. She sucks at teaching to the point that you feel bad for her. I've always hated math, it's seemed pointless for me to learn as I don't need it.The easiest...hmm...well I think History of Art, it's also my favorite subject besides Graphics, also Biology I think.
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Looking back, I've got to say (and change my opinion):
URRGGNNNH. THE TRIG. THE MOFO TRIG.
I'm getting literally screwed in math by trig. Damn, high school and below was a breeze precisely because the math curriculum sucked in Canada. Now I'm getting a 360 revelation of getting screwed by the ubiquitous trig that comes up everywhere. ;(
definitely P.E...we play football all the tyme!!muahahah n hardest subject for me was Physic...i've tried my best,bt no gud...never even passed before,the highest i've gotten for dat subject was 38...haiizz =.='
Zutara said: For me, math is the hardest because once we got into polynomials and immaginary numbers and whatnot, I started hating math and used to love it a lot XD
I think history/social studies is fairly easy... I'm in AP US History right now, and I think that class is mostly just a lot of work/reading.. Of course, I can't say anything until I take the exam haha
Wow. I loved polynomials during math. I thought that part was easy.
I enjoyed math in school, but it wasn't easy. So...
Hard - Math
Easy - Art (XD) ...World History. It was easy and interesting to learn of different cultures and traditions. Not to mention the teacher was this awesome old guy who was caught having sexual relations in the teacher's lounge.
everything is easy for me if i know the answer, everything is hard for me if i don't know the answer. So it's continuesely changing. But i think the hardest subject in school is philosophy, whatver you understand or not, it's metter of time, experience and your knowledge. Unlike math, you can be tought and sooner or later you can learn it, whatever Abel integral equation or other equations you can learn it. But in philosophy, understanding it is very hard. Sometimes it takes a whole life to understand the meaning "get to know yourself"
The Tao that can be told is not the eternal Tao. The name that can be named is not the eternal name. The nameless is the beginning of heaven and Earth. The named is the mother of the ten thousand things.
I do not recall, Jesus ever saying "build churches, temples, and kill those who doesn't follow christianity..." nor he said "christianity is religion".
English/any other language are the hardest for me.
Easiest were History(any)/Economics and social studies in general.
10~max enjoyment; made me think about it for at least a week.
9~greatly enjoyed it; lacking the umph to be a 10.
8~greatly enjoyed it; lacking story/art/characters to be a 9.
4~very bad; difficult to finish
3~unbearable as it progresses
2~first episode repulsed me
Depends a lot on the teacher, the school you are attending, your personal tendencies... but I'd say math because you shouldn't forget things you might have learned two years before (like polynoms, you have to remember how they work as long as you study math, I think XD).
Advent_Cirno said: mathematics/science/it etc were the subjects i found easiest in school.
but then i found learning languages, and english quite difficult. i took french lessons but then id always forget what i learned D:
I am the complete opposite. I find math the most difficult. Languages are extremely easy and come almost naturally for me.
Band comes easiest to me. Music has always been one of those things I've been good at. English, too. French, too. Geometry, too. Hell, they're all pretty easy. The only classes that gave me trouble were algebra 2 and chemistry, and purely because I wasn't interested and didn't pay attention.
Haven't taken calc yet, though. Don't know how that is.
For me it was history that was the easiest.
Had a hard time with german, but when i think back on it i guess it was becouse i really didn´t have a interest in learning it at all back then (To bad know i think, would be really nice to have a third language that i understand somewhat good).