Anyone have idea about undergraduate physic study?
I'm confused with those applied physic , theoritical physic , astronomical physic and .....
Still don't know what to study and where to study,
which university and which course do you guys recommend?
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Sounds like you are having trouble choosing elective courses. Correct?
Well, they really depend on the field you wish to get into once you finish your undergraduate studies.
If you want to focus on space, astrophysics might be a field for you.
Theoretical physics is a more abstract and difficult field in physics, as it uses mathematics to model certain physical objects or spaces of the natural world to predict or explain.
Applied physics sounds more like engineering. If you wish to pursue a focus on engineering, this might be a more suitable route, as it will apply the fundamentals of physics to practical applications in the field of engineering, economics, chemistry, or biology.
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well.. there are ton's of openware.. for example lots of utube videos about high class professors explaining.. why don't you take time to go through them and study them all lil bit and see which one you would like? :)
I'm interest in "theory of everything" ,string theory or M theory