can i do phd in theoritical physics


by subashsharma
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subashsharma
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Feb25-10, 12:03 AM
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iam currently doing masters in engineering(plasma physics),but i did my bachelors in pure physics.now is it possible for me to do phd in theoritical physics?hoping for great answers.
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Mar15-10, 02:06 PM
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You can absolutely do your Ph.D. in theory, it's just a matter of where. The question is, what are you going to do after you get your Ph.D.? Only 10% of theory grad students are still doing theory 10 years after graduation!
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Although the other 90% are working on Wall St


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