I actually probably most enjoyed art- could zone out with some music and get creative! That being said- I didn’t enjoy my perfectionism and the late nights trying to master a peice of artwork for an assigment. It must take some skill and practice to rapidly pump out peices of art- like you see on those TV programs.
Probably the little bit of electronics that I did in CDT back in Yr 8 or so!
After that… I guess the practical chemistry sessions. During my A-levels we synthesised aspirin, and then took it to the labs nearby (Pfizer) to have its purity assessed by NMR. That suddenly seemed like real science 🙂
I guess I should say science, but I most enjoyed a class called design and communication which involved designing and doing technical drawings of things like buildings or packaging. Maybe I should have tried to be an architect, but when I got older I realised how much fun science was and decided to do that instead!