How old are you?

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How old are you (if you are still studying)?

  • 5-10

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • 11-15

    Votes: 5 4.7%
  • 16-20

    Votes: 41 38.7%
  • 21-25

    Votes: 34 32.1%
  • 26-30

    Votes: 9 8.5%
  • 31-35

    Votes: 2 1.9%
  • 36-40

    Votes: 4 3.8%
  • 41+

    Votes: 11 10.4%

  • Total voters
    106
  • #1
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I suppose this poll should be for the people who are still studying, not those who have already finished earned the masters, PhD, etc... But if you do have a PhD at an unusually young age, feel free to show off.

You don't have to announce your age, of course. But I'll start anyway. I'm 17, in my first year of university.
 
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nicksauce
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I am 20, in my third year of four.
 
  • #3
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I'm 23, and in my first year of graduate school (astrophysics).
 
  • #4
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22, still have 3 semesters left of Computer Science.
But did co-ops wee!
 
  • #5
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I am 18. Will begin university life in about a month. Studying the New Generation Bachelor of Science at Melbourne University (hopefully we havent had offers yet) to eventually become either a physics major or an engineer :)
 
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I'm 20, starting my first year this month, the university is offering a one year exemption test for the direct honours programme! But I still lag by a year cos we have to do conscription here at my place.
 
  • #7
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45 and finishing up my master's in nuclear engineering.
 
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G01
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I'm 21 and in my third year of undergrad as a physics major.
 
  • #9
Danger
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51, high-school drop-out.

Yeah, I know that I wasn't supposed to vote, but what the hell...
 
  • #10
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14 - Online Stanford study and work in ASU Ibeam lab.
 
  • #11
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can't vote-----the polling options don't go high enough (even with the '+' sign)
 
  • #12
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32, undergrad.
 
  • #13
RonL
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Just a slight step ahead of "Danger"
Finished high school "only because i was a swell guy", grades sucked
At 65 its not too late to open my mind to things i have taken for granted for too long.

I could be a poster boy for all the reasons to, "not leave home without a degree".

Thanks to this website, i might find a way in the door.
 
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jim mcnamara
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Lemme see now, I can remember WWII ration tickets and turning in bacon fat to get more ration tickets so we could have bacon for breakfast. Hmm. Guess I can't vote either. Oh well.
 
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i voted for option number num 2 .
 
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Kurdt
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Too old already and hoping I'm immortal. If theres one thing people say of me its that I have an abundance of hope. :smile:
 
  • #17
mgb_phys
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Too old already and hoping I'm immortal. :smile:
Me too - so far it's working!
 
  • #18
JasonRox
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24, 4th year university for my bachelor's of science and 2nd year college business (doing both)
 
  • #19
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18 first year in university for physics and math.
 
  • #20
Ivan Seeking
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My age: Younger than Integral! :rofl::rofl: :rofl:

Finished the BS long ago.
 
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LURCH
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42, just finished my Associate's in mechatronics last December (90o out of phase). Looking to go no to a Bach., maybe Master's.
 
  • #22
berkeman
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I suppose this poll should be for the people who are still studying, not those who have already finished earned the masters, PhD, etc... But if you do have a PhD at an unusually young age, feel free to show off.

You don't have to announce your age, of course. But I'll start anyway. I'm 17, in my first year of university.
Oops, my bad. I only skimmed your post and saw "still studying" -- I'm always studying and learning new things, even after many years of working as an EE. So subtract one 41+ from the poll please.:rolleyes:
 
  • #23
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28, masters degrees starts in 3weeks, lasts for 20. Gets to be a civil engineer in physics, or nuclear physix.
 
  • #24
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32, undergrad.
I thought you had your birthday as 1985 in your bio which you now have deleted.
 
  • #25
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25 unfinished business ...I mean master, sounds like a mission :tongue:
 

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