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What steps should I take in college to become an Astronomer after college?

I love Astronomy and Physics and Biology. I haven't decided on what I want to do yet in college, and I want to decide between these two areas. #physics...

#astronomy

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:02

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Posted by Jose V.
Kevin Holochwost | Senior Quality Design Engineer at AngioDynamics It is very hard to pick between sciences when you love ...

What is a typical day in the life of an Astronomer?

I'm considering studying astronomy and physics in college. #physics...

#astronomy

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:03

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Posted by Jose V.
Kevin Holochwost | Senior Quality Design Engineer at AngioDynamics The typical day in the life of an astronomer is a ...

Can we use electricity of the atmosphere when it is thundering???

I just want to know and research on this topic...

#physics

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Active Jul 30 '17 at 17:47

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Posted by Ya$h A.
Taylor Zhao | Program Manager Hey Yash! Very awesome question! http://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/why-cant-we-extract-electricity-from-lightning-10162498.html ^ You can find most ...

What is a good college to attend to be a doctor?

This my back up plan. I was just woundering...

#physics

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Active Apr 04 at 13:41

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Posted by Montez M.
Rachel Chace | AmeriCorps Urban Education Fellow, TutorCorps <span style="background-color: transparent;">Collegeboard.org is a great resource for this! I poured ...

What level of education would I need to achieve to become a physicist?

I want to become a physicist and I want to know how many years of school I would need to become one....

#physics

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Active Apr 04 at 13:13

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Posted by RJ B.
Jayavignesh Arivalagan | Chemical Process Engineer You would need a minimum of your bachelor's degree in physics, ...

How do I find an internship that involves physics?

I am a freshman in high school in the bay area, and I am fascinated by physics, but I don’t know if I want to do it as a career. I am really interested in getting more hands on experience, but I don’t know what opportunities would be available for people my age. #physics...

#internships

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Active Apr 16 at 12:16

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Posted by Nadja Y.

How can one get the most exposure during the first year of college, in order to make an educated decision when choosing the major/minor?

At 18 I might have a target in life, but not necessarily a clear path of how to get there. When attending a technical university that has over 100 engineering majors, what can a student do to get the best exposure to such a wide variety of courses and labs, in order to make sure he didn't miss...

#engineering #physics

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:29

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Posted by Cat H.
Wael Al-Rihawi | Mechanical Engineer I Automotive I don't want to get you worried but you are slightly ...

how can i improve physics subject

because it's very hard subject...

#physics

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Active Mar 18 at 10:30

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Posted by m S.
Steve Campbell | Geophysicist, Instructor, Presenter, Science Writer, Software Evaluator, Problem ... I recommend a book by Richard Feynman called The Character of ...

Physics or engineering?

I have been accepted to a four year college for Physics but am thinking about switching my major to engineering since there are more job opportunities as an engineer. Is this a good course of action or should I stick with what I'm passionate about - Physics? #engineer...

#physics

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Active Aug 20 '17 at 19:24

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Posted by Ariana S.
VGG-Consulting (Vesselin Gueorguiev) | International Instructor/Research Scholar in Physics & Mathematics willing ... I will recommend to talk to your student adviser about this ...

How do scientists start projects without grants?

How do scientists receive grants? #science...

#physics

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Active Aug 26 '17 at 12:25

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Posted by Beatrice M.
Ken Simmons | Assist with Recognizing and Developing Potential Hi Beatrice! You asked a very important question. Here are some ...

As a physics major, how much do the classes I take now affect what I can do while working on a masters degree? If I major in chemistry and not computer science, could that make me ineligible for a project I would have otherwise wanted to work on?

I am majoring in physics and minoring in chemistry, and I am worried that I will not have enough engineering or computer science education by the time I graduate, since those two disciplines are tied so closely to physics....

#physics

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Active Aug 15 '17 at 08:52

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Posted by Sarahfina P.
Jacob Cavazos | Dynamic, Highly Motivated Research Scientist I suggest studying both chemistry and computer science and teach yourself ...

What can I expect from Physics?

I will be taking Physics next year along with organic chemistry. I'm an average student. Should I be worried about this course load? #physics...

#science

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Active May 05 at 20:18

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Posted by Valerie E.
Ken Simmons | Assist with Recognizing and Developing Potential Physics can be challenging and interesting. The relevance of Physics to ...

are ethical issues encountered in physics

in experimental physics how do u coup with what ur research is used for like with albert einstien and the nuclear bomb and if u can coup with it is it fun seeing stuff explode in ur lab . #physics...

#ethics

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 13:57

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Posted by SchumacherCodman3 .
Tim Saucer Hi, A friend passed along this question. For reference, let me ...

How do I decide between a Bachelor of Science or a Bachelor of Arts degree in physics

I have to decide to take more math classes....

#physics

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Active Mar 01 at 18:33

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Posted by Madeleine W.
Don (Bull) Schuck | IT Solutions Architect In my work in Telecom and in applying for my M. ...

If I majored in physics, what job opportunities would be available to me?

My name is Anna and I am a sophomore in high school. I took the high school Physics course last year and it was my absolute favorite class I've ever taken. I'm pretty sure I want it to be my major, but I don't really know what specific jobs I can do with a major in Physics. Thanks!...

#physics

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:14

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Posted by Anna V.
Greg Roelofs | Software engineer, data infrastructure at LinkedIn More generally, physics is an outstanding foundation for any number of ...

I want to take the SAT Physics subject test. What should I study?

I am currently taking Physics as a junior. I do pretty well in the class. However, I don't know if I should wait until my senior year after I have taken AP Physics or take it this junior year. I have seem the practice questions on the AP central college board website and they seem pretty...

#school #physics #sat

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Active Apr 04 at 07:39

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Posted by Jason C.
Shannon Kung | Performance Engineer at Barclays There's no rush to take SAT physics subject test until you ...

What classes do I have to take to bcome a pediatrician?

I really want to be a pediatrician so since my senior year is next year, I was wondering what classes to take now so that I don't have to take them in college. #biology #chemistry...

#physics

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:20

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Posted by Alexis C.
Jill Sedacca,M.D. | Pediatrician at Lakewood Pediatrics Any science classes AP Biology or AP Chemistry that will give ...

How long do you have to attend college to be a doctor?

This my back up plan. I was just woundering #doctor...

#physics

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:52

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Posted by Montez M.
James Streuli | Physicist It depends on the field of study. You've tagged, "physics," so ...

What kind of internship opportunities should I seek as a Physics major?

I plan on transferring to the University of Central Florida after being enrolled in a state college for a year. I also plan on continuing my education past my bachelors degree and would to hope to get at least my masters. I'm very curious in what kind of internships would improve my chances of...

#job #physics #internships

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Active Oct 01 '17 at 10:31

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Posted by Gianni R.
Brendan OBrien | Senior Mechanical Engineer Good morning! My advice would be to try and get research ...

Which books of physics are good for JEE advanced ?

about the physics books #studying #exams...

#physics

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Active Apr 16 at 12:54

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Posted by Shalini S.

What can I do with a physics degree?

I am going into this field and was wondering about the opportunities #graduate-school #physics...

#higher-education

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Active Apr 22 at 11:10

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Posted by Emrick S.
Christine Pollock | Higher Education Professional Hi Emrick, If you want to go into the field of ...

What is like in the life of an aerospace engineer?

I'm interested in math and science, especially physics and an aerospace engineer is something that combines those subjects that I love. So I just wanted to know how is it like as an aerospace engineer. #physics...

#aerospace-engineering

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:45

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Posted by Shafia L.
Skyler LaBuff | NASA Johnson Space Center - ISS ETHOS Technical ... Hi Shafia! I may be biased, but I believe that aerospace ...

What made you want to pursue astronomy?

I want to major in the physics/astronomy field. How did you get there? #physics...

#astronomy

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Active Mar 19 at 05:05

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Posted by Erica P.
Steve Campbell | Geophysicist, Instructor, Presenter, Science Writer, Software Evaluator, Problem ... From my earliest memories, I was fascinated with the stars and ...

Which post secondary school is best to gain a masters in Physics?

I'm curious on what others view as the best post secondary school to gain a masters in Physics. The Physics department in some of the post secondary schools in my state are that interesting or are quite small. I need more ideas. #science #physics...

#masters-degree

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:46

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Posted by Utah W.
Vernon Turner | Independent Writing and Editing Professional Good question. The most "famous" schools for physics degrees are Cal ...

Should I drop a difficult class I enjoy but find challenging and might negatively affect my G.P.A?

So, when I was younger I always thought I'd like physics and took a class this semester in college. I would love to learn the material, but had to drop it after it became apparent the class would negatively affect my G.P.A. Now I'm caught in a dilemma, do I take the class again next semester...

#guidance-counselor #professor #physics

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Active Aug 15 '17 at 08:52

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Posted by Troy P.
Wael Al-Rihawi | Mechanical Engineer I Automotive You need to tell me your major before anything.

Better study method for math?

I am currently enrolled in a Forensic Sciences degree program. This course, as you can imagine, will require me to take Calculus and Physics. In high school I was terrible at math, even though I was having around seven hours of tutoring sessions a week. Does anyone have any good methods for...

#calculus #physics #mathtrouble

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Active Apr 03 at 15:12

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Posted by Bethany S.
Rachel Chace | AmeriCorps Urban Education Fellow, TutorCorps You will need to focus on stress and time management. In ...

How do you start getting involved in research in college if you have never done it before?

As an aspiring physicist or astrophysicist, I know that research is a central part of the job. However, I have never been involved in research in high school and want to pursue it in college. #science #physics...

#research

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Active Apr 03 at 19:49

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Posted by Catherine N.
Victoria German | Sr. Mgr. Ntwrk Security & HSO Member Hi Catherine, This is a great question, start by looking up ...

If I major in Physics, what career choices are available to me?

I'm planning to major in Physics and while I'm not terribly passionate about it, I was wondering what career paths branch out from Physics. #mathematics...

#physics

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Active Mar 24 at 08:14

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Posted by Lizeth G.
Leonard Hennessy | Freelance Audio Production and Actor; Retired Navy Hi Lizeth! Good for you in considering Physics! I am a ...

How did you start to work in NASA?

I'll be attending UC Santa Barbara and I'll be majoring in physics with a minor in astronomy. I hope to work in the astronomy field but I have no idea how to get started. #astronomy #physics...

#career-details

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Active Aug 15 '17 at 08:52

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Posted by Lizeth G.
Emily J. Gause | Connect[in]g people with greater economic opportunity Hi Lizeth! Like any other big company, there are TONS of ...

Do you need to be good at computing for a career in physics?

I'm going into physics, but I'm not great on computers. Should I start learning now? #physics #computers...

#occupation

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:22

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Posted by Vanessa C.
Greg Roelofs | Software engineer, data infrastructure at LinkedIn Agreed, knowledge of computers was useful even 30 years ago, and ...

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