In sociology you must study statistical analysis, and this is a branch of math that takes months to master. Medicine is an applied science, yet doctors and therapists still have to master calculus.
History is a "soft" science for a number of reasons: there is no experimentation that can be used to test theories (not in a lab, at any rate; the Communist Revolution was a vast political and social experiment to produce a new type of human being, and it failed). History is more than an art, and it can take some very deep digging to answer simple questions such as "Why did the Roman Empire fall when it did?" Sometimes historians accompany archaeologists so they can see discoveries as they come to light. All the sciences are hard.Answer 2
It depends of your abbilities. For me hards are mooooooooore difficult than soft. I am a film director (working with people is a social working) but I graduated math and sciences high school. For me was very hard in last year beacause of the math. I realy wished to make films but i didn't managed becaause of NUMBERS.
so I prefer humans instead of numbers.
Read more at www.tedynecula.filmmaking.ro Answer 3
Totally the opposite for me. Numbers make sense and there's a right answer. People confuse the heck outa me.