My Main questions is(I shall provide you with a ton of details below the question to help you make a more justified answer):
Should I study physics and subsequently become a physics(irrelevant of branch)?
Ok so some info:
I am v.good at the req subjects and I absolutely love physics!I am considering a career in theoretical physics...
I currently go to a top grammar school and am going my GCSE in the upcoming year(Y11).
My goal is to ultimately do very well in GCSE and A-levels and thus study Physics at Oxford university...I want to study physics undergrad and preferably do a PhD at Oxford univeristy(As PhDs are useful for top physicist careers from what I have read).
My goal after that is to work at CERN or NASA or other reputable major organisation that employ physics(Could you please name a few)..
I also have far fetched goals which I assume all physiatrist have but I doubt they're relevant for this question(cough...Noble prize)
I am predicted A stats informally by teachers for all science and maths and a bunch of other subjects with As only in English...
Also what A levels should I take?
I was considering physics,Biology,chemistry,maths and further maths...is this a good choice or should I do computing instead of biology?
Also what general guidance would you provide as all information is appreciated?
My current branch considerations include astrophysics/quantum physics/ETC.,
Detailed answers would be of great help!
P.Slease don't hate for some ambitions like going to Oxford and others(I know there are some popped who like to)...Also please can I have sensible answers.
Also additionally my dad is a surgeon and he and my mum and persuading me into a career in surgery....It is not that I'm not interested as I also like medicine but They list all advantage of medicine like pay and respect and regardless I am very confused!?
Career in physics?
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