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    I applied to UCL for physics, but I just found out they've got a theoretical physics course too. I am much more interested in theoretical physics than experimental physics (as a matter of fact, I am quite incompetent at experimental physics).

    The course structure isn't radically different, as a matter of fact it looks pretty much the same apart from some courses, but there are some things I like more in the theoretical course (for example, mathematics for general relativity).

    What would you guys advise me to do?
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    (Original post by ZafarS)
    I applied to UCL for physics, but I just found out they've got a theoretical physics course too. I am much more interested in theoretical physics than experimental physics (as a matter of fact, I am quite incompetent at experimental physics).

    The course structure isn't radically different, as a matter of fact it looks pretty much the same apart from some courses, but there are some things I like more in the theoretical course (for example, mathematics for general relativity).

    What would you guys advise me to do?
    I did the exact same thing when I applied in october basically just need an email to sophie lo explaining the situation and they will take that into account in the interview
 
 
 
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