WhoaNonstop wrote:Hey everyone...
I have a very general question. After a year of graduate school I have come to find that I am much more interested in "Applicable Physics" than the fundamental physics. I have been debating making a transfer from my current university to a school that has a program in this specific area. For example, Yale University has an Applied Physics program I would love to apply for, but I am also interested in most of their condensed matter as well. I'm sure there is much overlap between the two.
What is the difference between applying to Applied Physics? I noticed someone didn't need a PGRE score to apply to Yale's Applied Physics program which seems odd. Are they typically easier or harder to get into than the regular programs? Also, if applying to one school, such as Yale, do I need to do two separate applications for Applied/regular?
tradster wrote:Any insight on Cornell's Applied Physics vs Physics? Both departments have faculties that I'm interested in working with. Anyone know which one is more easier to get into?
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