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Mar4-12, 07:05 PM
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Astrophysicists need to take more math than engineers do - if your math skills will keep you out of engineering, they will also keep you out of astrophysics. But if you're getting A's, you'll do fine in college as long as you work hard. I got much lower grades in high school physics and calculus, but did just fine in college. Keep in mind most jobs in astrophysics will require a PhD in astronomy, astrophysics, or physics. And aerospace engineers can make more with a bachelors degree than many astrophysicists with a PhD.