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I want to be a theoretical astrophysicist when I'm older, and I found

  1. Jul 9, 2011 #1
    I want to be a theoretical astrophysicist when I'm older, and I found out a few months ago that I need a UAI of 99 in the two subjects I want to do for my degree in university. (PhB degree in maths and Physics)

    Is this extremely hard, will it be able to fulfill my future at university? I'm thinking of working a total 2 - 3 hours a day on Math after school at a library, including 1 - 2 hours of physics.

    Is that a good enough timetable? I'm currently studying motion at 14 - Getting too far that I need calculus -__-
     
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