Updated 12 July 2002, 18.43
Science lessons for teenagers are so boring they put kids off the subject for life, according to a group of politicians.
How would you change science lessons to make them more interesting?
Should you get the chance to blow things up or freeze them in liquid nitrogen?
Or maybe you should get to go to power plants and speak to real scientists?
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We should have music played on science lessons to bubble the lesson up. Also go on the computers to find more information about each topic in science!
Surayya, 12, Batley
How can we help ourselves not feeling bored when all we do each science lesson is copy the board?!
Amber, 13, London
I think science is really fun! We have a great teacher and we always do loads of projects like posters and experiments. If someone asks a question, she actually answers it and it sometimes goes into a class discussion. I think it all depends on the teacher, if the teacher doesn't love what they're doing then you never will.
Gemma, 13, Maidenhead
I think if we were taught relevant things in science classes, and did more hands on experiments, I would enjoy science.
Ceri, 14, Monmouth
It would be cool if we could do experiments where cool colours are made and bangs and stuff. I would love science if it were interesting.
Sara, 14, Derbyshire
I have taken triple science for my GCSE and it isn't that bad. We get to do loads of experiments, dissect things, such as pig's hearts and also watch demonstrations of reactive experiments, so our science lessons are not that bad really.
Amy, 15, Chatham
Carrying out experiments rather than reading about them, as well as being more fun, it also helps you to learn better.
Sofia, 14, London
I don't think science is boring! At our school we do loads of experiments and go outside to look at things.
Annabel, 13, Reading
I want to do more practical lessons, all we ever do in my science class is watch boring videos on how the body works and answer questions out of text books. How are we supposed to learn if we don't do it for ourselves?
Shelly, 13, London
I love science and think that the lessons at my school are pretty cool. We get quite a few practical lessons and we've done a couple disections. But I'd like to liven them up more by going on more science trips I'd also like the chance of meeting researchers and have a look at some of their things.
Hajra, 14, Blackburn
In our school we have really cool science lessons, I like science which is why I don't find it boring, but some people who don't like science and have no interest probably just blame it on the teachers.
Sannah, 14, Bradford
More hands on experiments should be implemented into the curriculum. Dissection and scientific experiments are definitely the best part of science class!!!
Kylee, 14, London
I want to get the chance to dissect something and it's always really dull that we can never see how this stuff is used in the real world.
Peter, 12, Strathclyde