on 14-09-2019 08:22
I expect the chemistry one was easy for you @pgn ?
Just shows the different school topics through the ages. Lol
We did not do chemistry or physics at my school. We 'touched on it' during our cadet scheme from age15-18 and biochemistry during nurse training...
Also at secondary school in the 50's there was a real gender divide. BOYS did subjects such as Chemistry and Physics. GIRLS were encouraged to study the arts and literature and domestic science!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
on 14-09-2019 09:11
3 and 4 were my dead certs (yes, @Cleoriff, I enjoyed chemistry at school. Out of inorganic, organic, physical and, later, biochemistry, the organic bit was my least favourite. I did like the IUPAC naming system for organic compounds though 😁)
1 and 2 would have been maybes.
5 and 6 - no chance!
Hmm. Giving away my weaknesses here.
Who couldn't like this:
on 23-09-2019 20:42
I got nil again
I had thought the 1st Model T Ford car would have been black
*possum si vollo* *per ardua ad astra*
I don't work for O2
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on 23-09-2019 21:08