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Those who can, Do, Those who Can't, Teach

Art and design is subjective. As a school subject I would rate it as one of the hardest topics...

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  • Those who can, Do, Those who Can't, Teach

    GCSE Art Tutor (Leeds) Picture Art and design is subjective. As a school subject I would rate it as one of the hardest topics to study. Admittedly I have always been terrible at science but from what I've heard there is a right answer and a wrong answer. You are not going to be asked on a Biology paper to descirbe the...

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