What is your reason for studying physics and what do you want to do with it. I actually got thrown into my schools physics program by accident. I began at a community college studying nanotechnology and when i transferred schools it was supposed to be a two-plus two program meaning I would get out in four/five years. However its more like a two plus six program seeing as how physics courses at my school have so many prerequisites and I added a minor in chemistry(also I have spent most of my time trying to be an entrepreneur. I am sticking with physics because it is the study of everything and the math is also cool, however I would like the professors to apply it more to the real world rather than just taking integrals all the time, tell me what the meaning is behind it!. I really want to make a big impact in world with Bio-medical Engineering and in the Space industry. I have many ideas that could be added to the ISS that would help with its expansion. What is your reason for studying physics and what would you like to do with the world? Thank you!