Easiest Physics PhD fields to get into in the US?

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Biophysicist that coudlnt get into harvard? LOL.
 
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Lol be mad I have the highest grades of all students in the class in EM1,EM2, QM1,QM2,CM1,Stat MEch and a bunch of math classes. If you dm me your phone number I can send you the proof. Cry with your mediocre IQ. LOL.
Edit: Im in a top 20 Undergrad Institution.
I did my undergrad at a top 5 or so, did my PhD at a top 5 or so in my specialty, and got hired by what was then one of the top 2 or so industrial R&D labs for physicists. I never hunted around for insurance or safety schools, either as an undergrad or grad. In fact, I was accepted to Harvard for both undergrad and grad, and turned them down both times. So, I'm not impressed with you, and I'm not crying. And I'm done with your arrogance..
 
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Update -- OP is on a 10-day vacation from PF, and has been reminded to be civil in discussions at PF (and to appreciate the efforts of other users who have been trying to help him).
 
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