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scout6686
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Dec4-09, 10:41 PM
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I went to Boston University. Have a BS in Economics. I don't want to go into insurance or business and want to go to physics. I took AP physics in highschool and got an A LOL. Is it too late for me to get procure a solid career in physics. I want to take it all the way (grad school, Ph.d etc). I like economics but it is not as interesting to me as physics. I was wondering whether with the pressures of life (family, financial etc) is it realistic to be able to do this. I'm will to go to school till my early 30's for this. I will need to basically re-educate to get a really solid foundation (except for math which I am pretty fluent in).

Any stories, opinions, anecdotes, advice will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks everyone,
Justin
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