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Physics Questionnaire for Physicists?

  1. Dec 7, 2016 #1
    Hi, I have an aspiration to become a physicist and as part of a school project I had to come up with 20 questions and I would greatly appreciate it if I could get a few physicists to complete the questionnaire. I don't expect long answers, short ones will do fine. Thank you.

    1. When did your journey in physics start?
    2. What sparked this aspiration?
    3. Did you have any relatives involved with physics?
    4. At what college did you study?
    5. Is physics your passion in life or is it solely your profession?
    6. What degree have you achieved so far?
    7. How long did it take you to achieve this degree?
    8. What was your FYP (Final Year Project) title?
    9. If physics wasn’t an option what would be a good alternative for you?
    10. Is physics a stressful job?
    11. What do you like most about working as a physicist?
    12. Is there any physicist you look up to and that motivates you?
    13. What do you think is a good way to make physics a more open topic among teenagers?
    14. Apart from physics, how do you spend your free time?
    15. With the constant advancements in physics, where do you think the world will stand in a hundred years from now on?
    16. How long have you been working as a physicist?
    17. What are some of the main duties or tasks you do as a physicist?
    18. What is your greatest achievement you have achieved that is related to physics?
    19. Is there anything you dream of as a physicist?
    20. Do you think that physics has an end in terms of technological advancement?
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  3. Dec 7, 2016 #2


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    Welcome to the PF.

    For privacy and anti-phishing reasons, we do not allow interview-type threads at the PF. Thread is closed.
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