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    I picked my name in order not to deceive students. Normally I simply use col as my online name.
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    (Original post by aiman)
    Well I believe F1 fanatic, Princess Ana, AlphaNumeric and teachercol are some members who are doing physics at University.
    Indeed, minus teachercol and I think with the addition of people like Mehh, AMM and Wanderer, although they must be near the end of their course I would think.
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    I can't work in pairs I find it stressful...I seem to have a bossy trait (I like to be in control of a situation), which people don't like. lol
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    Its suprising how many people, despite your name, dont realise you are in fact a teacher :p:
    True, I just thought you (teachercol) were another TSR member with a strange name...
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    (Original post by F1 fanatic)
    Indeed, minus teachercol and I think with the addition of people like Mehh, AMM and Wanderer, although they must be near the end of their course I would think.
    ME?! Noooo
    I am roughly at the middle of my course.
    Actually pretty much exactly roughly in the middle...
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    And me...
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    I still have 1 year of my 4 year course to go.
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    (Original post by Mehh)
    ME?! Noooo
    I am roughly at the middle of my course.
    Actually pretty much exactly roughly in the middle...
    Whoops, please accept my apologies :p:. Speaking of practicals the above description is a nice broad common one to use in times of uncertainty
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    (Original post by F1 fanatic)
    Speaking of practicals the above description is a nice broad common one to use in times of uncertainty
    :rofl: So true.
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    (Original post by F1 fanatic)
    Whoops, please accept my apologies :p:. Speaking of practicals the above description is a nice broad common one to use in times of uncertainty
    PLEASE DONT TALK TO ME ABOUT UNCERTAINTIES!!! ARGH!!!!
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    (Original post by Mehh)
    PLEASE DONT TALK TO ME ABOUT UNCERTAINTIES!!! ARGH!!!!
    haha, Heisenberg being a pain in the behind huh? :p:
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    Hello, can I join please?

    Also if the Einstein v Feynman debate is still going (I skipped a few pages of posts) then I vote Einstein. General relativity is far more elegant than any form of quantum mechanics.
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    Go to http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/socs.php and search for the Physics Society. Then click to join.
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    I vote Feynman! although i prefer General Relativity, useless at stats. No idea what the convasation really is about.
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    Quantum Field Theory/String Theory is where all the fun is these days .
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    (Original post by jpowell)
    I still have 1 year of my 4 year course to go.
    Ditto, though I've been 4 years in uni thus far (long story)
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    Heya,

    Sorry to jump onto your thread, but to put simply:

    *I have a Physics re-sit next Fri at Uni
    *It's for a foundation paper which i have been told is v similar to AS/A Level
    *I have past papers and things, but i just don't understand a word!

    So if any of you could recommend a tutor maybe? (I've already emailed loads but no responses as yet) - Or if any of you are willing to help? Obviously sort out some sort of payment!...

    Many thanks for just even reading Once again sorry for jumping onto the thread!

    Libby

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    hiya, i can help you as long as its as level stuff? just give me a pm with like a few questions and i will see what i can do. No pay its ok i will help you for free. Also if i cant help i know some others who can.
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    hey..i wanna join too pls
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    hang on ur 17 and your in uni?! :confused:
    u one of those whizz kids?

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