Hey there. First post, so tell me if I'm doing anything wrong. I got called to Oxford for an interview recently and it all went horribly wrong. Of course, I didn't get an offer. I know this is not the be-all and end-all and I still want to study physics. However, I can't help but feel I don't have a clear aim with where I want to go with physics and maybe that came across in my interviews. I enjoy studying Physics, although I only just really got into it. Namely the fields of cosmology and nuclear physics (quantum mechanics, elementary particles, applications, etc). I know Physics is mostly mathematical, so I'll need to buck up my maths skills. It's just the fact that Physics governs our universe, that's what gets me so hooked on it. I want to be able to study it further but I don't have any idea about careers or the future. I only very recently decided on taking Physics instead of Biology for instance. My mind just switched. I think what I'd like to is design or create something at the end of the day. If it means researching at the forefront of the field, no matter. It's my final year in school and I need to start making some important life decisions. Hope you can help out. Thanks, Vix.