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Mashy

  • 2 years ago

Msc. in physics.. Guys I wanna go for Msc. in physics and I have finished engineering in B.E. ( I know.. don't ask why now :P).. The problems is I cannot give entrance exams like GATE which involves my knowledge of 4 years of engineering in electronics.. So any advises or any specific paths? P.S. I am from India

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  1. arcticf0x
    • 2 years ago
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    It actually depends on how you want it for yourself later in life and what you enjoy doing at present. If you are very much into education, go for it. Meanwhile consider applying for a job and you can test the beauty of engineering in the practical world.

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