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Postby Yza » Wed Jun 18, 2014 5:00 am

The format is like on this link: http://www.sciencebuddies.org/science-f ... bles.shtml

But the question is: Which subject is easier to pass, math or science?

Please help me. Thank you very muchThe format is like on this link: http://www.sciencebuddies.org/science-f ... bles.shtml

But the question is: Which subject is easier to pass, math or science? :)

Please help me. Thank you very much :)
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But the question is: Which subject is easier to pass, math or science?

Please help me. Thank you very much
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Re: Science

Postby rmarz » Thu Jun 19, 2014 1:33 pm

Yza - I thought I would answer this question with another question. Which color is more pleasing, red or yellow? I don't think your question as to which subject is easier to pass can be considered objective. Obviously some people have skills that allow them to comprehend math much more easily than others. Same with science. Still doesn't answer the question as to which subject is easier to pass. What is your objective? Do you have a choice to make in your school curriculum? Are you trying to really learn something or just select the 'easier path'? I would think that you would be the best judge of your own ability in either subject matter, and certainly be the best person to choose which subject matter is most interesting to you. Hope this helps you think about any decisions you have to make.

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