I loved science at school. I was never that interested in biology, because there was too much memorising and not enough working things out or discovering. Physics is a beautiful subject where we explain everything using simple equations, like the universe and why planes fly and why light emitters glow. Chemistry is great because you get to do cool experiments in the lab, and play with electrons in atoms.
I also loved other subjects though- especially art. Whilst at university I still do art on the side- and I went to art school for a bit!
I really liked science at school, though sometimes I got a bit carried away and didn’t always listen to the teacher. Because of that things often didn’t work and I might get a bit huffy. But Chemistry eventually became my favourite subject because it’s a lot like cooking. You have a recipe (in chemistry this is called an experimental) and it is exactly like a recipe. Add this to this, stir it around for a while, then add this other thing, heat it up, filter it off – boom you’ve made something. Just like cooking!