Time: 10:42 AM.
Woke up late for the last lecture of term. No biggie, as they just viewed the Milgram experiments and discussed them a bit (and I had had the
Spent the morning reading about flippin' Atomic Spectra and electron spin (physicists will catch the freakishly bad pun in this sentence).
Had to run and wait in line at module registration, because of the risk of having my philosophy modules already capped by the time I register (fortunately there was room left, most likely because Philosophy of Mathematics, Language, and Advanced Logic don't attract hoards of students anyway).
Came back home and read about Special Relativity, prepared a class for my french group, then got a call indicating that there wouldn't be a meeting tonight, and then spent the evening reading more physics.
Crap weather, crap obligations; there's no doubt about it, everything seems to indicate it's that wonderful time of year again: Exam time! Yay!
More whining about this in the next few days.
You depicted day to day life of a Physics student in various posts under your blog. It is obvious and you also mentioned how much a science scholar hard works. Virtually all physics bachelors report that they are frequently engaged in problem-solving, typically complex technical problems. The students pursue MPhil either or pursue a career in research required to study more and to involve in other research studies. Many times Physics Ph.D. students also take physics lectures and teach undergraduate students. Now clearly for such a career students need to more passionate about the subject so that their work does not feel like a burden to them. Thanks for sharing your experiences.
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