kushraghav wrote: i do not think that you can tell ppl what to post or not to post.
I once made models of the solar system using edible fruit as planets. I sold them at a local supermarket for charity. Does this independent work count for anything?
do you sit on the admission committee of some university. i asked because you are acting like one.
if you do not want to answer such questions, plz dont
twistor wrote:This is in response to the daily posts about someone with some non-physics degree wanting to switch to physics.
Your question has already been answered several times. It doesn't matter what field you come from, how much you like math, or what your interests are. If you want to do a Ph.d. in physics the same requirements exist for you as for everyone else.
theoretical_phys wrote:theoretical_phys (who is actually an experimentalist)
ali8 wrote:... most of the people who post such threads are engineers who has the ability to understand physics ...
Then the choice of your nickname is a joke ...
quizivex wrote:Subject: Please Help!!!!!
Hello.... I work as an investment banker in Miami, Florida... Since I've already made enough money to retire off of, I decided to end my banking career and pursue my childhood dream... What can I do? Please help.
And this one:tomtom wrote:I've turned 38 a few months ago.
I'm well established financially, been working as an IT consultant. I'm also a weekend
pastor for a small local church (got my M.Div. degree from a theological school).
But recently, I've been wanting to finish up what I've always dreamed of;
becoming a real physicist...
justwondering wrote:I've been working at a hedge fund (DE Shaw) for the past eight years and have no formal academic experience (research, publication, etc). I'm 29 now, looking to apply in a couple years. Could you all offer some insight into what I might expect when that time comes? And also, if you could suggest how I might consider spending the next 1-1.5 years to immerse myself into the physics community?...
twistor on 7/22/08 wrote:for fanciful dreams of science.
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