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3rd October 2015, 08:17 PM
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How to approach for higher studies in Physics?


I am a 2nd year B.Sc. student. I am going to do my 3rd in physics. I had maths at 12th but not in 1st year of B.Sc. Rjght now my subjects are physics, chemistry and geology. How should i approach for higher studies in physics?

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9th October 2015, 01:01 PM
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Default Re: How to approach for higher studies in Physics?

You can enroll in a bachelor's degree program in astrophysics, along with the master's and doctoral degree programs in astrophysics. Astrophysical sciences and technology or physics with a concentration in astrophysics.

You can pursue Bachelor's degrees, master's degrees, Ph.D. degrees.
Eligibility required: Candidates must pass class 12th or equivalent which is required to enter a bachelor's degree, master's degree programs require a bachelor's degree.
Program Length: Bachelor's degree programs take four years to complete and after that you can apply for Masters degree.
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