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Going on to do Quantum: Astrophysics versus Experimental Physics

  1. Jul 14, 2011 #1
    I'm doing an undergraduate in astrophysics at the moment. In Sept, I'll have to decide between continuing the single honours in astrophysics or doing a double honours in experimental physics and mathematical physics.

    My goal is to go on to do a masters, preferably in the UK, in quantum mechanics. How would I know what difference it would make, if any, on my likelihood of being excepted into a post-grad?

    Flicking through websites the requirements seem to just say relevant undergraduate in physics or maths.
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