(Original post by AngryRedhead)
I have to agree there, mechanics in a-level physics is possibly the most sleep inducing subject ever. Cosmology sounds pretty awesome though, do you cover nuclear stuff?
We did at a-level, so I'm assuming I will this year at uni. We went over the standard model, which was supposed to be brief, but my teacher
physics. Used to talk about stuff like that all the time and go really in depth. Even set us homework to calculate the amount of free energy for the creation of new particles in a fixed particle collision experiment (a lot more difficult than it sounds, it took me a couple of hours to figure it out). Mechanics was boring because it's not space. Space and particle physics are what get me going. How in depth do you go in nuclear stuff for chemistry?