Poll: What are you better at?
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View poll results: What are you better at?
Math/Science
122 49%
Language/History
125 51%
Voters: 247.
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#3
I don't know how to read, really, first option.
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#4
I'm best at history but suck ass at language. So I don't know what to choose.
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#5
Maths/Science. It involves more logical thinking than, say, history, which never really appealed to me much anyway.

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#6
History and language, barely. But I'm a science major in college.
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#10
Language/science

I suck at everything mathematical, but I understand scientifical methods and such quite well. I find history boring. Language just comes natural to me.
#11
History

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#13
I'm amazing at everything I do, and everything I touch turns to metaphoric gold.

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#14
good at science and launguage, bad at math and history :/
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#15
English and History...I used to be good at math's and science, but once you've finished school and no longer need the knowledge you get rid of it xD
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#16
It depends, I got 100% in my Biology 12 class this year, but an 83% in Chem and a 86% in Math. I wasn't able to fit History into my schedule this last school year, but got the highest mark in my English class the last few years, and got a 99% on the English provincial exam. Got a 99% on the Math 10 provincial when I wrote that too.

However, I'm going to university next year and will be a History major/English minor, simply because that is what I enjoy most out of what is available in town, and I'm not too keen on math after this last school year. If I had the option though, I would be studying music, but I can't really afford to move.
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#18
Meh, they're all easy.


As long as you sink your time into them, they can all be proven fairly easy. Math actually became exciting last year, but my last test sent me down 20%. Hmm, aside from that...Language is great, but I enjoy science way more now. Although, History is up there too..

..But I am equal at all of them. Which isn't amazingly good, but not terribly bad.
#19
I'm equally good at them all, but I find math and science to be incredibly boring in comparison to language and history and don't apply myself in those subjects as much as I do in the latter subjects. I like something with some controversy, something with multiple interpretations, something that has more to do with life than with reality. There is no subjective intepretation of a triangle having three sides. Science is a little bit more down my alley. I'm really interested when science tries to answer philosophical questions or when discoveries in science have cross-field implications such as with evolution and The Big Bang, but I honestly don't care what happens when tungsten and mercury react.
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#21
I'm good at science, but not math, and good in language, but Ok in history.
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#22
the in between category of social and behavioral science
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#25
I can't stand science classes, so I've never really learned much of it. But I'm good at everything else on the list.
#27
Math and Science=Solving problems using abstract concepts, and creative thinking.

Language and History=Memorizing stuff...
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#28
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Math and Science=Solving problems using abstract concepts, and creative thinking.

Language and History=Memorizing stuff...

if you are saying this statement, you aren't being taught language and history properly.
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#29
Oh my god, languages/history DEFINITELY. Social studies/history/all of those types of classes have been my best subject since, oh, grade 3 or so. I'm pretty kick ass at history. Also, I'm majoring in Spanish and minoring in English literature (and I'm also majoring in psychology, but I don't know where that fits in), heh.

I'm also pretty good at science. Physics isn't my cup of tea, but biology really interests me, but I am terrible at math.
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#30
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if you are saying this statement, you aren't being taught language and history properly.


It was a slightly over exaggerated cynical observation that was intended for comedic effect. But you half to admit, it's sort of true. But this is coming from a guy who is best a math and science...
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But you're still fucking peasants as far as I can see

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#31
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It was a slightly over exaggerated cynical observation that was intended for comedic effect. But you half to admit, it's sort of true. But this is coming from a guy who is best a math and science...

Certainly not true of history. I don't study language enough to pass judgment on that.
#33
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Certainly not true of history. I don't study language enough to pass judgment on that.


Studying languages is much more involved than just translations. Clearly, a lot of the time direct translation from language to language is not correct. There is a lot of interpretation to do. You have to consider differing connotations and different cultural norms and whatnot. Anyone can translate; it takes someone willing to really study languages to be able to interpret.
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#34
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It was a slightly over exaggerated cynical observation that was intended for comedic effect. But you half to admit, it's sort of true. But this is coming from a guy who is best a math and science...

Science is an activity which takes place within a social/cultural/political/economical context and is never independent of it. It, itself, is meaningless without man.
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#36
I'm great at math and science, and I'm pretty good with the more creative parts of language, but I suck ass at history.

Speaking of which, I've been trying to remember for awhile now... who was first, and who came after; the Greeks, or the Romans? It was the Greeks, right?
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#37
Shitty at both, better at math.
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#38
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I'm great at math and science, and I'm pretty good with the more creative parts of language, but I suck ass at history.

Speaking of which, I've been trying to remember for awhile now... who was first, and who came after; the Greeks, or the Romans? It was the Greeks, right?

The Greeks, then they got whomped by the Romans.
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#39
I am decent at language but I am pretty good at history. I am pretty good with science too but when math comes into the equation I suck at it.

I picked "Language/History."
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#40
Combined I'm probably better at math and science. However, I want to be better at history and languages seeing as how I plan to one day become a history teacher. I chose the latter for the fact that I'll soon know more history than maths.
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