French/German/Spanish tape:Am I going slow enough for you? Would you like another pause? It's okay you hear this three times. It's even broke up into nice little segments for you. Are you sure you're okay?
Irish tape:YOU ONLY HEAR THIS TWICE, RIGHT THROUGH, NO BREAKS.GET THAT WHOLE SENTENCE DOWN. WHAT DO YOU MEAN YOU DON'T UNDERSTAND THAT DIALECT? SUCK IT UP. HOW FAST CAN YOU WRITE, BITCH? HOW FAST CAN YOU WRITE?
Would it be hard to keep on Physics with weak Maths? I'm thinking of keeping it on and I'll probably get a C in honours Maths at JC level. Is that too poor and should I forget about keeping it on?
The Physics course isn’t the same as Maths. It isn’t only solving problems, there are plenty of definitions, theory and experiments to be learned aside from the maths portion of the course. Maths tends to be more abstract whereas Physics is more tangible. You could find Physics to be easier than Maths.
As for your possible C in JC. One of the people in my Maths class did OL in the JC and he’ll get a high C to a B at HL. You should be able to bring your Maths up with enough work. The problems in the Physics course tend to be really repetitive and you generally have a lot of choice in terms of questions when doing the paper. So you can avoid some parts altogether, potentially.
The main thing is: how much do you need Physics? If you need it for whatever it is that you want to do in college then of course do it.
Remember as well that the teacher can make a huge difference on any subject that you choose.
What subjects are you doing for the leaving cert and what do you want to do after 6th year?
The usual ones obviously: Maths, Irish, English. As well as that I’m doing Chemistry, Physics, History and French, all HL. I do Applied Maths as well but we don’t have Applied Maths in our school as a full subject so we (the three of us) only get a class or so a week.