I was taken off it immediately, after only one term, one semester. At that time, you only started science at age 15. That’s the age I was. And the teacher said, “Well, we’ve got to put him in some direction; at least we’ll get rid of the ones where he’s no good.” And that was how that happened. But I think it was really my parents who could see that what I actually was interested in was biological things, not Ancient Greek. All my holiday time, I would spend collecting insects and growing plants and that sort of thing. And I never opened an Ancient Greek book, ever, in the holiday time, but I had lots of books on insects, and that sort of thing, and plants.