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how TO Study physics degree to graduate level in 2020


 Study Physics from basics to graduate level?

Study Physics from basics to graduate level?


 How do I learn the basics of physics?

      Firstly, you have to know that physics is not at all about numerical .
Firstly know the inner thing in yo Are you really interested in studying physics otherwise your studying just for you undergraduate purpose.. First know that Now, Google the name of physics and find the meaning of it..(it’s not humor.. really first know the basic meaning of physics)


   now start your learning Google again the name Famous physicists Now see the pictures and biographies and also know the background for some two days (Just use Wikipedia don’t refer other website (wiki is more than enough)..

Now watch a movie named Einstein’s Big Idea. (It’s not funny.. but do watch it, you will realize after watching it)

Now u will be in a full motive that u want physics as a part of your life sometimes you may even think like Physics is my life (don’t execute the last thought)

 first best book to learning physics for beginners:


1. University Physics by Sears and Zermansky.. (I am pretty sure that u can’t even complete the book in one year)…. try to read it first go through it…. ( u will get a complete research interest on physics).

2. Now , Take the N CERT or CBSE Physics 11th and 12 the Textbooks and read the theory in every lesson don’t leave a single point whatever may be the time taken)

3. Now comes the hero ,, Concepts of physics by H.C.Verma…( read the theory and try to do some problems now u will be definitely up to it)

4. Now you can try Fundamentals of physics by Resnic   otherwise u can use mtg learning books .


How do you study for a physics degree?

1)How do I BEGIN to study physics?

Well if you are in America, then I guess you would apply to a college and then take the physics classes . If you are in Europe then you need to apply directly to study physics. Generally this involves having passed A-level (UK) or similar physics courses, and having such an interest in the subject that you can convince the interviewers that they would like to have you at their establishment.

Obviously this is a mainstream way to do it - there are plenty of people who claim to have taught themselves physics and math. However, these people are, almost without fail, an astoundingly bad source of information. There's a reason people dedicate 3/4 years of their life to learning how to do physics properly, and that is that it is HARD. and sometimes I feel like the math’s is so far over my head - and somewhere in the top quarter of my year!

2) How do I ensure I learn physics effectively ?
This is a more nebulous question, as it depends on how you like learning. You should always go to lectures Reading the course material is always helpful! If you can find any practice questions, do them until your head explodes from boredom and/or you can do them in your sleep .

Learning Physics is just like learning everything else, it is hard work and sometimes dull - but if you love doing it, then it is worth doing it to the best of your abilities, because you get to learn some AWESOME things.



How to study physics from zero level to graduate level

 
how TO  Study physics degree to graduate level in 2020

      First of all, if you are talking about Undergraduate Physics programs, have no doubt about the university you choose. Exactly be sure that there is no major difference between any given university in terms of undergraduate curriculum such that they will all have the same core physics and mathematics courses in their program. To give an idea, you will learn:
Calculus
Linear Algebra
Differential Equations
General Physics (Probably divided as “Classical Mechanics” and “Electrostatics and Magnetism” in the first year to 2 semesters)
Waves, Optics, Thermodynamics and Modern Physics
Quantum Mechanics
Electromagnetic Theory

As core and there will be plenty of other courses that you will decide to take or not depending on your future plans. For example if you wish to get into General Relativity, you might get Differential Geometry, and General Relativity courses if offered, or you might take Complex/Real Analysis courses to improve your understanding of mathematics, although you do not have to.

Now get to the real question: “How hard it is to study physics?”

I do actually have two answers, depending on your eagerness and readiness to study.

1. It is really, really, anyway, believe me, really hard.

2. Actually not that hard.

Take the first answer, if you are not that into studying hard. I mean really hard. Because although first 1 or 2 years might go a little bit easily, it will get rock solid hard, pretty quickly, to move on to the next level. So if you think, you are not that hardworking right now, yet still think physics is your unicorn, do it, you will get used to it anyway. But as I said, it will not be easy, do not be a fool.

Take the second answer if you really love it when you study, kind of you are enjoying the staff you read, and you love it when you stuck in a problem and trying to solve it with your pen in your hand and paper in front of you. Really it will really be easy, if you will study when it is exactly required, and pause exactly when you should pause.

As the result, the real difficulty in studying physics is not physics, it is putting the time required to study physics. Are you really ready to put the most of your time sitting on a desk with pen and paper and computer (not for video games though)? If yes, by all means go and study physics anywhere you want. Yet if you think that you do not wish to spend 80% to 90% of your time to study physics and math, do not do it in any universe. If you choose to go with it, remember, learning physics is not that hard and straight forward, just do your work when you are supposed to work and never forget, you are supposed to work in most of your time.

Disclaimer: Actually there will be plenty of subjects that are hard to understand, yet given the adequate amount of work, you will understand them anyway. As once one of my friends said;

“When you think you really do not understand anything one bit, just study more and more, and hope that Quantum Tunneling of the Fool works at some point.”

Read also: Complete guide to learn physics from scratch 2020


The very first lecture at university, and this is a standard procedure I learned later, was a professor telling us: “Look at the left of you, look at the right of you, most probable these students will not finish the first year”. And he was right, over the next months the rooms got emptier.

Amongst the first year students will be the smartest kids in the country. But also they will struggle. I wasn’t a particular good student in high school, but loved math and physics and was convinced I could learn quantum mechanics or electrodynamics for the sake of knowing. The path of learning about the fundamentals of physics was more important than to have a career. The hardest part wasn’t to study math or physics but doing the labs.


Let's just say it is challenging. You have to able to understand the problem and break it down into simpler terms.
1) You have to imagine what is happening. Actually seeing it or imagining it.
2) You have to understand or see what principles are in operation.
3) Then take the formulas for those principles and break them down into; mass, length, time and temperature. This simplifies all the math.
4) If you have done the math you should be able to make predictions.
If you can follow all this and many other obstacles, then you can decide how hard is. To me its like solving a puzzle. (I know, I over simplified)

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