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  1. 1. Which do you prefer/comfortable with?

    • Sciences (chem, bio, physics, any "ology" subject)
      13
    • Arts (art, graphic design, writing, literature)
      12


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Just want to see the ratio of people's preferences.

 

P.s Maths is included in the Sciences Bit.

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Pro-Science :D

 

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I like both, but science would be my primary choice.

 

I'll always exclude math, with the exception of geometry :D

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Me and science have never really clicked... although recently I have begun to like it more.

 

But me and the great Arts! We are partners. Drawing, writing, literature, designing etc etc lol

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I love arts, so voted for that...but i also love biology, got 100% in my high school exams (this by home schooling :D)

 

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Arts. :D

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hehe.. that was tough to answer

 

in the end i went with art :D

 

i like science as in talk about the universe,

 

but in art, drawing and paintings, poems and stories are good. i think you can view history as art in a way too? as many parts of history have an art to them...

 

i.e things that have been wrote about different parts of history, inspirational (sp?) people etc

 

and of course music is seen as an art :D

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I love both....couldn't decide between the two. Even though I have decided to pursue the science-y side, I also enjoy writing, reading and learning new languages in my spare time. So it has to be both!

 

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science is an art......art is a science

 

i am 50/50

 

 

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Peace,

 

Are social sciences considered a science or arts subject?

 

(In Scotland they tend to mean Law, Business and Social Science, L.B.S.S.)

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Hmmmm both...my profession has arts and sciences in it. :D

 

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Both have beneficial knowledge in them :D

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argh i cant choose... :D i love them both! :D i'm 50/50. :D

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Peace,

 

Are social sciences considered a science or arts subject?

 

(In Scotland they tend to mean Law, Business and Social Science, L.B.S.S.)

Hi,

 

Here in America I think they're considered Arts. :D

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Arts definitely. :D I took Science in school though: I loved Biology but Chemistry/Physics etc still make me dizzy. :D

 

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Assalamu alaikum

 

Another person who is split! :D I am inclined to say sciences. :D

 

Ma'assalama

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hmm i prefer physics and maths but not the 'ology' ones.

and i like writing and literature.

so both i guess.

 

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asalam allikum,

 

 

 

sorry i didn't vote because no third option for "both"

 

i really like both because i studied both.........though in an unusual circumstances :D but both are my favourite :D

 

Assalamu alaikum

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I think this topic would be a great one to add a 2ndary poll like such:

 

 

Female-voted for science

Female-voted for art

Male-voted for science

Male-Voted for art

 

To see who likes what better...

 

:D

AS

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