I understand most things but I can't get my brain around physics, it's too difficult. I think girls brains aren't suited to physics for some reason.
There are about 20 girls doing in 1st year Physics at Bham (out of 120 students or so).
I do IB physics SL, does that count?
There are quite a few girls doing IB physics in my school plus a girl who graduated last year is now doing Physics at Madeglan, Oxford while another is doing NatSci (Physical) at Cambridge. The best physicists in my school actually have a tendency to be female but yes hmmmm.
I'm gonna do physics A Level and I'm a girl, hope I'm not the only one at my school, or maybe not...
A gil i know is goin to study physics at oxford
Acually, i know another off to nottingham to do mathematical physics
In our Physics AS class we have 4 girls and 5 boys, but one of the girls may drop it when we get the module one results back.
We have just started a mechanics topic in maths, and it is simply unit one of Physics, only with more technical terms and less logic or reason. It is about as interesting as the other topic we are doing at the moment, Statistics 1!
this girl at my school is doing EXACTLY the same a levels as i am, chem, bio, phy, and last year, math. Despite doing both math and physics, she flunked machanics, but did ok in phy, i got the highest mark in physics and machanics (not sure bout in machanics), but then again, im pretty good at transfering knowledge in one area into another
I did physics A2 level and also did an advanced physics module as part of my first year at degree level where there were 3 girls and 8 boys(although admittedly i didn't do that well!).
There's about 5 out of 60 or so in my first year physics group at King's. Doesn't really matter to me - the hot medicine and law students make up for that.