I don't mind getting a basic foundation in math and physics. I'm not very fond of the general requirement courses is all. I love math and physics at all levels.
Hello, I'm a math and physics double major. I'm currently a freshman in college and I have various courses that are general requirement courses. Does anyone know when I'll be able to focus on math and physics only? Not specifically, but perhaps a certain year in college?
I'm not set on where I want to transfer as of right now, UIUC is just something I was considering. I've read they're ranked quite highly in mathematics and physics so I assumed they'd have great courses to prepare me for graduate school. Additionally, 44% of undergraduates conduct research so I...
I'd like to know if anyone has any knowledge on the difficulty of transferring to UIUC as a math and physics major from a community college in Indiana (I'm not sure if the CC in Indiana part was relevant, just thought I'd add it in case). What should I do to have a competitive application? Thanks.
I do pay attention in class. By staying on top of my work, I mean I have quite a few different websites different classes use to do homework. A few days ago, I forgot to go to one of the websites to do some work. Do you guys just remember to do it? I have a really good memory for numbers, events...
I'm an undergraduate (freshman) in physics and mathematics. I'm having a bit of trouble keeping track of all of my coursework. I have an account on Habitica and I have a schedule keeper than I carry with, but I seem to miss a few things here and there. What sorts of things do you guys use to...
We learned how to graph data using Microsoft Excel, or similar software, and I've already learned how to use MATLAB for calculations and the like. I also learned to not always use linear functions, sometimes a logarithmic or exponential function; depending on what the data provides. In short, I...
I'm a first-year undergraduate student in mathematics and physics. In my Chemistry Lab class we've recently completed a graphical representation of data assignment and it was interesting. My question is, what can I do in regards to mathematics and physics, or something interesting in general...