I need a physics mentor! (Astrophysics or Theoretical)

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Hello all, I am an aspiring physicist, however I am only in high school, and I live in Idaho, I need an adviser. Someone who can tell me what I need to know, best ways to learn things, and how to get to where I want to be. Any help is appreciated.
 

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ProfuselyQuarky
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Wouldn't this be something that you ask your parents or teachers at school about? Are you assigned a faculty advisor?

(just asking)
 
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Wouldn't this be something that you ask your parents or teachers at school about? Are you assigned a faculty advisor?

(just asking)
I have asked my teachers they recommended that I check online as there is not many physicists in Idaho, and my parents have no clue. I am not assigned a faculty adviser.
 
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ProfuselyQuarky
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Wait, so you're looking for an actual physicist to help mentor you?
 
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Hello all, I am an aspiring physicist, however I am only in high school, and I live in Idaho, I need an adviser. Someone who can tell me what I need to know, best ways to learn things, and how to get to where I want to be. Any help is appreciated.
Welcome to the PF.

This PF discussion forum is a great resource for what you are seeking. Just spend some time reading through all the threads that are already here -- you will find answers or clues to most of your questions. Then, if you still have a question that hasn't already been asked & answered, post it in the appropriate forum and you should get good responses. :smile:
 
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