Top Ten Best School Subjects
The Top Ten
Science is the most interesting subject ever and is my favorite thing of all time, from animals to loop quantum gravity from biology to physics to chemistry to geology, science is amazing, super interesting, perfect in every way and intellectually stimulating.
I LOVE science so much! I love finding out about stuff and learning new things! Especially when it's filled with logic, I also like practicals so we aren't spoon-fed everything but we can discover it ourselves.
This and math are some of my favorite school subjects. Science is very interesting, to be honest. It teaches you how the universe works. - SoongeBill
The reason I love Science so much is because we learn so much! From mitochondria to the solar system to the anatomy and physiology of the human body, Science means the world to me.
Science = Life, Life = Science
In Science, we carry out so may cool experiments and learn so much about our beautiful world. Think about how much Science carries an impact on all of us. Think. From building bridges we cross without thinking twice everyday, to making vaccines so we are safe from disease and to plants, which we pass by every single day but never spare a thought for them. Science teaches us so much about this world and what makes it up. Without Science, this world would have been equivalent to nothing at all.
But the biggest thing about Science and the most beautiful, is how Science comes together. Science may be boring at times, I admit, but Science gives us hope, which is such an empowering thing to grasp and take hold of because it gives us the motivation to continue ...more
Math is totally the best subject ever! Kids don't like it but there are some exceptions, like me! Math challenges you so that you can learn new things. And who doesn't like learning?
Math is useful every single day of your life! Math is also very straight forward, unlike English where you have to think for a long time and analyze. Whatever career you choose, you are most likely going to need math everyday.
I started to hate mathematics when I started Primary School but after knowing the basics of equations that range from Addition to Division, I admired it. Therefore, I was given multiple awards for my achievement by excelling Maths. High School even extended my enthusiasm for the subject and I began to do well in the areas of Algebra, Trigonometry and Bivariate Data. It's a good subject and it's important if you want to do a course in University.
It is a great subject. Math is not only in everything but sometimes its really fun! In primary school 3 years ago we used to play lots of fun games in maths. Your brain is like a muscle and Math helps your logical thinking, powerful brain learn new stuff and test your knowledge which is very good for your brain. When you go to uni (college) to get a job you'll know lots of great skills to get whatever good job you want to do. I mean it doesn't matter if you get a bad or a good job, its all about the understanding any why you got that job. Math is one of the only interesting, fascinating subjects in the whole world for a few reasons. Like Math is literally in everything no joke you can go in the world to see if math is in everything I mean measuring width and more I mean seriously. Like I said before this is an amazing, cool subject and it's my favorite subject.
I'm not a huge fan of school but English is my favorite subject. I'm committed to it and all my English teachers have found joy in my work. I've won a lot of English awards and my grades in English are always good. I'm really proud of that. Without English, we wouldn't be able to understand any word on TheTopTens. My parents even said I shouldn't take a course in English in University because I'm already so good at it and I agree with them a 100 percent. I thank my Year 3 teacher, Laura Rodgers, a lot for my success in English. She really pushed me and encouraged me. My work was so good, she wanted me to live with her for a couple of days. I can't blame her. I was so sad when I didn't win the award for English in Year 6. I deserved WAY MORE THAN FRAZER! But I admit, I didn't try my hardest that year. And I'm older now so that depressing incident doesn't bug me anymore. Except for this one time when I'm talking about it. This might sound like I'm going overboard with my love for this ...more
I've always liked English class. I've always done well. One trend that seems to be the case for all classes is that your teacher can make it or break it. A few years ago, I had a wonderful English teacher who had great teaching methods, offered extra help, and genuinely wanted her students to succeed. However, this year, I had an awful English teacher. His teaching methods were downright awful. He always avoided eye contact with the students, so he was basically teaching to the floor. He often made the class uncomfortable, and whenever any innuendos were made, he would have to dissect them and spend ten minutes explaining them to us (despite the fact that we understood them). On top of that, he also graded extremely harshly. He caused me to lose confidence in my writing ability, but it always makes me feel better when I go back and visit my other teacher (the one who is amazing).
English is a vital subject for me. Some people in my class seem to think that flunking English will lead them to a good university. I think that you must learn English well to have a good career looming in the future.
English has to be my favorite. I have no clue why math is 2nd. Worst and most confusing and useless (partially) subject. English makes you love writing. On my homework I always leave English for last because it's the easiest. But seriously I don't adore reading but writing is so amazing and make you feel like a million bucks. All you have to do is think of characters and then think of a plot. Even though English has dumb stuff you will never need, it's so interesting. Like a contraction, you use this everyday but you don't know the name. Contraction is a grouping of two words to merge into one. Like do not = don't
I love History, because it allows you to look at people, places and events and allows us to understand how these events shaped the world we live in today. I found Russia fascinating and I'm really enjoying conflict and Tension and understanding Hitlers
rise to power and how it affected Europe.
History is BEYOND Amazing! My favorite subject is WW2 and... well basically anything! How can you NOT love it? It can combine every single subject at once. We learn from it's mistakes, and it helps (and helped) the world become what it is today. History can be treated like FANTASY, for goodness sake! If you don't think about it as history, that is. PLUS! Their are so many fun ways to learn history! In fact, my favorite genre of books is historical fiction (Specifically on the Holocaust... I am obsessed). Its like a GIANT fantasy book! You can never stop reading it, because history has been since... well, I am not exactly sure. Just a long time. So, the basic point is, history (English and English are also pretty great too. Math too. Science uck.) is the best!
I'm good in math, but I don't like it, however in history, I'm both good at it and interested. It's not just about dead people, it's learning about how the world is the way it is today, and it's never boring. How is learning about Rome, Greece, Egypt, or WW2 boring? It's not. Science is boring for me because it's all about labs and motion in my class, we never do anything else, and the labs aren't even all that - the last one we had was measuring the speed of a Hot Wheels car! Language and history are my top 2 subjects, but history is miles better than language in my opinion :) It combines math and science and language and everything basically, and it's really interesting. Plus, having a funny teacher adds to it, and my social studies teacher this year is hilarious, so even if we're learning about something "boring", he can make jokes out of the smallest things just to keep us entertained as the majority of the class hates social studies :P
I respect your opinion but I actually love both History and Science, not much on Physics though but the other brach of Science are fun to learn in my opinion, especially Zoology. I just love learning how the world works and I do like it when I see some Science experiments on YouTube, it's not just fun but interesting to watch too, although I hate my Biology teacher so much.
In this top ten list, I had to choose History. I find it the most interesting out of these 10 subjects. Science (or Lunch) would have to be my 2nd though.
Art is not only some kind of lines and shapes on a piece of paper, its way more than that. We can expose our mind, our feeling and anything only on a plain white paper. Even when people always said that math is much more fun and I don't really know why because for me I would rather choose art than math but different people have different likes and dislike and I really respect that. The point is, art is a form of life. We all start doing art when were kids even we don't actually know what were doing but then no one ever said that it was wrong. See! Art will never be a mistake, it only can be a masterpiece. To the art lovers out there, keep on doing it if its bring out the best in you. Art is in our blood from the start, we just have to bring it out and practice to make them stay outside. Art is beautiful, art is life.
I didn't like art in seventh grade but now in the eighth grade I do. Maybe it's because now I have it 6th period. (last period). I had it 5th period in seventh grade and I had it right after Phys Ed which I hate and I was always late for art because I was getting changed from Phys Ed. But now I have it get after lunch and I'm always on time and I'm sat near the people that get the work done but in seventh grade they sat me near future criminals and the seventh grade lessons went very slow, but now they go at a normal pace, maybe because I enjoy it more and I'm more relaxed and I prefer the people in my eighty grade art lessons than my seventh grade lessons, although the teachers the same, and he has become less strict so I'm happy.
Art definitely deserves to be on the top 10 list. Art is pretty much the only class where you can do anything and just be creative. Anyone can do art, there is no better piece, it's a matter of perspective, unlike math, where there will always be an answer that is definite. You can let your mind wander, and you don't won't have to spend nights cramming information into your head. You can let mental self be free, and express yourself in a way that is creative and shows your true self most.
Creativity, individuality, and self expression isn't valued enough in schools. Art is my one outlet, its practically crucial for me to put my feelings onto a page. I can't imagine other young artists who haven't been given the opportunities and encouragement I have. Art is everything and anything around you, and is a trait that makes humans particularly special.
Computers helps you to write essay and power point, and these will help you get good grades. you'll also figure out how to write fast and learn about computers. Sometime you get to play a video games in class in free time! Which is very exciting! So I'll say that computer subject is a good idea.
Computing Education is increasingly more important in our modern day and age. Learning to Program and build a website is dead important in our current world to build any sort of small success for yourself.
I think that there are several exetremely good jobs you could get with this skill such as:an IT Manager, Video game designer and many others. It enhances your brain to improve and become good. It is a very good subject!
Computers are really fun to use. You don't waste paper on some random assignment, instead, you can do it on the computer! And you can research for the next test on the computer!
Actually, even though MATH is the most important thing ever, Music is by far my number one subject. You know, Music is something full of emotions, and it is also used to show people your feelings. I don't think a regular person nor a nerd could understand. I need Music to be a Singer, but of course, it also have few Maths in it, such as the beats.4 /4 has four quarter note beats; each measure with a 3/4 meter has three quarter note beats; and each measure of 2/4 time has two quarter note beats... It means each measure has only four beats. Since my brain isn't suitable for Math, I have a creative part.
We get it. Math is important, Science is interesting and English is great for you to explore your creativity but really if you put those 3 adjectives together then it describes music perfectly! You don't need to think and study hard for this subject but it's defiantly not a lazy topic. Music requires skill and concentration. Whether you're playing an instrument or your voice is the instrument... It doesn't matter! People appreciate music and everyone needs it in life!
I think you're wrong, my dear Anonymous friend. We all listen to music. None the less, I think music is a dumb class in general, but a good one as well. It's just MY opinion. It's good for people who wanna be in bands and stuff, but that's not my style.
Music has been one of the most effective ways to spend my time. Most people don't like it but I enjoy expressing myself and music because it's super fun and you get to explore a lot of different types of music like happy or sad or acapella or you get discover different voice parts like soprano or alto and you get to see what those feel like. Music help me express myself in ways some people just don't understand. Music is definitely one of the best subjects to teach.
Music is the best subject ever! We have a part in our brain that lets learn, and play music. And its unfortunate for those who don't get to ever activate that part of their brain. By the way. I am not a band geek, I was actually captin of my schools dance team. But I strongly feel that music should be a manditory subject.
PE is underrated, I love doing physical activity because it gives you a break from being in a classroom and also when you do physical activity, your brain buts endorphins in your brain and it feels nice.
It kinda like rep gym, where go on bus and you think thank can't in a gym, like play pool, beach volleyball, ice skate, mini putt, bowling and some time tennis and some time real golf, rock climb and kick boxing and your play game in your gym some time and you learn different of dance. There two more things about rep gym it the only gym class where girls and boys combined, and last thing you only have do health the first two weeks or the last 2 week depending on the grade 11 rep gym teach and reg grade gym you do health 5 time in 5 week. Rep gym only in grade 11 and 12.
If you're not from Australia, we call it PDHPE ( Personal Development Health Physical Education). It is my favourite subject. I'm like the sportiest, most fastest, most athletic one in my class. Especially for a girl. I'm like Super Sonic and Super Shadow put together. I also enjoy P.A.S.S (Physical Activity Sport Studies which is like PDHPE) music, history, legal studies (or law if you're not from Australia), business studies, commerce and technology (food tech, agriculture tech, wood tech, computer tech, expect for graphics, polymer tech and metal tech). I don't know why this isn't in the top 3. In Australia, we hate science (some people), maths and english because they are boring. We are humanity, gym, VET people.
I like pe but my teacher is STUPID! She always makes us sit and not play and she’s so strict and stupid! She makes us play games she knows we hate and makes us run around to Kidz Bop! I hate her so much!
Drama is by far my favourite subject. I love being able to express myself and my emotions and just become whoever or whatever I want to be. The feeling of capturing an audience, even if it's just your class, with a performance and your transformation into a person or maybe an abstract concept is well, magical. Most of all, it's the only time I feel confident. The confidence I feel when your class actually respects you (for once) is something I don't usually feel, and it's not something I could ever give up. In short, the ability to create an atmosphere and bring a performance alive is possibly the best feeling you could imagine. In fact, I love it so much, I'm actually excited for Mondays, as that is the day I have it on my timetable.
First of all Drama is such a fun and interesting subject! It keeps me going for the whole lesson and I just love being someone else for a change!
Second Music is easy and fun! Just need to practise, practise, practise! Anyone can be good at Music unlike Math! Music is unique and it's great to hear that music coming out of the keyboard!
English has to be one of my favourite subjects. I love creative writing and making up stories. All you need to do is use your imagination and you can never go wrong!
I love drama because you can express yourself and show people who you really are!
P.S did you hear Obama has a llama that does lots of drama
Drama is so good! I actually got into it from yandere sim... ;p
But I STILL really like acting and stuff (not as much as I like drawing, but whatevs)
Chemistry is pretty much the basic element of life. Many people whine about how all it is is just memorizing a table and then taking a quiz on it. This is not true! Chemistry can cure diaseases create fun moments, (hence the phrase mentos and diet coke), and is a combination of a lot of subjects. You have to find out how many protons there are in an atom to determine what kind atom it is. Overall, Chemistry is pretty fun.
I am particularly interested in it because it is a logical subject and it also teaches us that unnecessary interaction with strangers can be dangerous ( chemical reactions teach us this thing )
I love this subject because you can pretty much do anything! You can mix up all kinds of materials (elements) to create other materials (compounds) and it's general fun when we do experiments. It also mixes Maths skills with English skills. I love it!
Chemistry is interesting. You learn about poisons and how different substances react and how are stuff formed. It's all chemistry. Without that many people will die of poisoning and toxic fumes every day!
At least in my school, geography is underrated! I really enjoy politics and what's going on around the world, it shapes everything.
People seemed to think that Canada was disguised as Australia in my class. I wanted to learn, but they made it hard with all the comments, saying, "CANADA IS AUSTRALIA!"
Geography is connected to everything and about everything on earth - and even into space! From politics and economics to ecology, landforms and the weather.. Everything!
It's both a natural and social science, and it is one of the first sciences..
Geography is one of the most important subjects if we are looking forward to survive as a species!
Geography is not what is in the books it is every where and is a vital subject to know what on earth is earth and plus it is the only subject one can get A plus easily and the only subject I know which is not in the top 10 worst subject list
Yes, math, science, history, computers (etc.) are important for your health and education and can get you great jobs, but what about reading? With reading you can express every emotion and feeling you have, your problems, your life. Anything, basically. Reading is in most of the subjects anyways, reading math formula's, reviewing science, social studies, history and other subjects really. Come to think of it, reading is pretty important. We need to learn how to read so we CAN study the multiplication tables, formulas etc. We need it so we CAN review science, social studies and more.
Well, I think reading can cultivate temperament. Reading is really a great blessing in life. Read the books you like, the books you want to read, the books you want to read, savor them carefully in quiet time and space, think carefully, so as to better understand the world, feel the ups and downs of life, and then have a pleasure and happiness.
I like reading, don't get me wrong I enjoy all subjects but what's better than listening to someone tell you their life? You are literally stepping into someone's shoes, someone with a completely different perspective of the world. If you're reading a good book, it can be eye-opening.
Reading is good because you can explore pieces of literature-it inspires people to write.
Physics is the best! The absolute best! Absolutely nothing can compare.
NOTHING. NOTHING. NOTHING.
Mathematics is second to Physics. Those two are the only subjects that I'll stick with until the day that I die.
I just cannot see how Physics got 0.4% of the vote, or how the highly EXCRUTIATING PE outranked it?!
Tell me, what is better to look at than black holes, antimatter, superfluids, Schrodinger's Cat, and many other fascinating concepts?!
Rhetorical Question. You can't argue that learning how to kick a ball is NOT INTERESTING, but Planck's Law and Quantum Entanglement DEFINITELY ARE!
You know all those interesting things you said? What ever happened to those? Why can't we learn about THOSE things? Why are we learning about vectors, mass, etc? It's boring now.
When you study physics, you study the underpinning of everything around you. You are one of the people in this world with a wild and powerful insight into the dynamics of nature itself. And who knows, you may one day crack the nut to reveal a mind-blowing principle which nobody would have thought possible. Whether you're working on gravitational interactions, quantum mechanics or relativity, you're applying fundamentals to create a recipe of everything. So really, what could be better?
Physics is absolutely fantastic; the entire the solar system, no, the universe, no, the entire EARTH is dancing to the rhythms and laws of physics! We can tell so much about nature around us just by using physics and it also uses maths which is objectively wonderful
Physics is THE most awesome and THE most important subject in the history of the universe, and I swear upon my life that I am not saying that just because I'm a geek. Think about it; we use it for everything: glasses, phones, computers, lighting, cooking, car safety, automatic doors, T.V., Internet, electricity; the list goes on and on and on and on...
I personally like cooking very much, which will be an indispensable thing in my future life. But unfortunately, only a few parts of our country have cooking classes, and I live in areas where there are no cooking classes. It makes me very sad.
Learning to cook is good. When your parents die of old age when you're older or your wife/husband if you're older, or if you're single when you're older, you can cook your own food! Without cooking, you're dead!
Cooking because I do it already at home and having free ingredients is like awesome right? Also, I wouldn't have my brother hanging around me watching everything I do
When you get older, you need to learn how to cook unless if you want to get hunger to death. Second, when you cook, you also can taste your own food!
How could math possibly be number one?!? It is my immortal enemy, and I thought I wasn't alone. Biology is way better anyways. SCREW MATH!
I took bio this year, and it was amazing! I had an amazing teacher, and everything we learned about was really interesting.
Biology is wonderful and the best because the life that you study is so fascinating
Even though I like Music, Art and Drama better, I think Biology is quite good. It's fun.
Social Studies is a great subject. Social Studies allows people to learn about the past, modern and changing world that we live in and how we can contribute to it. It is a wonderful subject that helps people connect with their world and helps them understand much more about human activity, world cultures and the establishment of institutions and systems. Through this subject, people learn much about how people relate, work and interact with each other.
I HATED this subject when I was in America for a year. Why do we need to learn about some dead guy who put his name on a piece of paper. Well, at least its not as bad at having to sing to a flag and worship it like it's a god every morning.
Social studies is really one of the best subjects. Although it seems boring its really helped me a lot. Plus you get to learn about people in the past which can inspire you to do great things
Social studied is probably my #1 favorite subject. It's really interesting and I'm learning about the amendments. It's cool
Spanish is a great language used in great countries. It's an interesting language and the countries with it have interesting culture, history etc. It's a shame many people dislike Spanish. It's a great subject and I'm working on fluency in Spanish.
I'm currently in my first year of middle school, and I love Spanish class! My teacher is so nice and pretty funny too. I've made a hundred on basically every assignment, test, and hopefully projects. (We did them on Spanish- speaking countries.)
I wish my school thought Japanese because no offense to the Spanish, but I'm moving to Japan when I'm older and I'm probably never gonna visit spain
Spanish is a great subject that boosts your employability due to being able to communicate with other people from different places
I love to write so much, but I don't like to write for school however I must do it anyway. I like writing my own stories like in my freetime, though school can give some helpful tips to make me better at it.
Writing is one of the most free subject. You aren't limited to do one single style. Also, writing makes us use our mind for creativity, not just facts.
Write is an absolute amazing subject because you have the option to write how you feel. Including writing your own book or stories.
I love writing! I actually really enjoy righting essays, stories, and reports (depending on what we have to write about)
Astronomy rules! Doesn't everyone wonder what's up in the sky? The universe is such a vast, eventful place. We're a tiny Earth, surrounded by amazing planets, stars and other kinds of matter! It's really too bad that not many kids my age enjoy outer space.
I like it, just as long as it's not like, "reading the stars to determine the future"! What is that crap!?
This is the best subject ever.. nothing compares to it. I always want to opt for astronomy in college
Endless, mysterious and beautiful subject, I love it, and everyone should!
Technology is the biggest hit since Jesus got more popular after he was killed because he was to popular!
I love math reading englist science and just thank you guys who put this thing on the what ever it and
Amazing subject learn to live
I like creating laser weapons
I'm into video editing, and pictures aren't much different
This was a fun class was able to take photos and edit them
Photography is so much fun. It's also a super easy class
It's not that hard and taking photos are fun!
Band is so much fun! You get to play cool instruments like the saxophone and trombone! There are also many other cool instruments to learn. It is basically like recess because you have so much fun but you are still learning!
I LOVE BAND SO MUCH! Definitely my favorite class of the day. It has always entertained me and it's so fun performing on stage.
I love band! I'm a huge band geek and I love all the instruments. It sounds cool during class and is very fun!
Band is fun and different from a lot of other subjects!
I love learning about health... but I hate learning about Penises, etc... I think exercise, eating lots of vegetables is more like health...
I hate health because we had to see a real person naked with hair on his penis
The comment about women giving birth just killed me! HAHA!
Ah, yes, learning about the reproductive systems, and watching women give birth... so very fun...
Politics and Law is an important subject in our modern and changing world, where we can learn about structures and principles of government in our society, as well as participate as active citizens in accordance with the democratic process and social justice. Civics and citizenship education means power to the people!
Don't u really think that it should be raised in all among people because it is an essential part of life that's what the reasons behind it...
Keep voting, let's get this to rise. I have to wait 4 more years to learn about this. My second choice is history, then R.S
It is such a great way to learn about our Government and rights!
A subject dedicated to learning about God the Father is simply wonderful. Religion is filled with important life skills and lessons. It teaches people about life, creation, the human purpose, Christ's community and the Christian promise. It reminds people that when they develop a harmonious, faithful and strong relationship with God, they will discover the gift of ultimate happiness.
It sucks my school doesn't offer religious classes anymore.. I love it because you get to have God in your school day. To people who say we shouldn't have it, in many science classes were told that he doesn't exist and that we were created from the Big Bang. Absolutely stupid.
Religion has got to be the most boring, biased subject in school. One, the teacher may be a feminazi no jokes allowed liberal, or a crazy god h8s f@gs conservative nut job. Two, it's boring! The school system has made sure that it would be politically correct, so we don't learn about the slaveries and such that took place. Third, it contributes to your GPA (at least in my school.)
I'm a devoted Christian and I love my religion classes and youth group. I go to public school so I don't have it during the school day, which is a bummer. But I love Wednesday nights when I have an hour of learning about Jesus.