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I want to do my M.S. in forces and energy. Please help me?

  1. Mar 18, 2009 #1
    Hi, i completed my Electronics and Communication [B.E.]. I want to go for M.S. abroad where can i have great studying atmosphere cause i heard the projects undertaken where more advanced than in India. I want to do projects about forces and energy. Which Field is best matching for me. Please Advice.

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  3. Mar 19, 2009 #2
    um? all physics has to do with forces and energy

    I would suggest if you can't narrow down your interest more than that you probably need to do an undergrad in physics before being admitted into a graduate program.

    Unless this is a strange joke of some kind
  4. Mar 19, 2009 #3
    Thanks for ur reply.
    I am very serious about doing Phd in physics. I want to understand the secrets hidden in nature. I may be a professor in just a few years.
    i am planning to do GRE Physics test October 2010.
    i have enrolled for M.Sc physics, distance education since i am working in software concern now.
    By 2011 ill finish M.Sc. physics. with this degree in hand and a good GRE physics and GRE General Score i am confident that i may get good academic study.

    I am now not sure which college to choose u.s. or u.k.?
    Where can i get a job in physics?
    Which branch of physics has many job opportunities?

    Please help !!!!!!!!
  5. Mar 20, 2009 #4
    Still not sure if this is a joke...

    MSc distance education in physics?
    Maybe I am out of the loop for the rest of the world, but it doesn't sound like something that would be honoured anywhere. Do you have a supervisor, a thesis, graduate level course work?
    Make sure whatever you are doing isn't a scam as it seems suspicious.
  6. Mar 20, 2009 #5
    Looking through your post I see 4 months ago you asked a question about the practical applications of calculus. Either you've come along way since then you're being a bit hasty in worrying about graduate work in physics
  7. Mar 20, 2009 #6
    i am really pleased that atleast you reply me.

    i am planning to do M.Sc degree in physics in india through distance education.
    Is a Msc physics degree enough for Phd or M.S physics admission in U.K?
  8. Mar 20, 2009 #7
    No, certainly not a distance education degree.
  9. Mar 20, 2009 #8
    thanks lubuntu... you have cleared my dialemma.
    Now how can i get into Physics research having a bachelor degree in Electronics and Communication. Please help.

    I really feel much thankful to this forum.. you ppl r great.
  10. Mar 20, 2009 #9


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    How does one get a Bachelor's degree in Electronics and Communications without a strong calculus or electromagnetics background? I don't say this to beat you down, but rather to indicate that you might be in need of some remedial physics background (or a bachelor's in physics) if you're serious about going into graduate school.
  11. Mar 20, 2009 #10
    MATLAB, now do you see what I meant back then?
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