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Well I don't mind electricity really (more interesting than magnetic fields!) but I am looking forward to Quantum Mechanics. I hope the fact that women are worse at Physics/Maths isn't really true and is just because they are generally discouraged from studying it...otherwise I might be in trouble come October!
Look to Ingrid Daubechies as a role model!
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Feel glad that you will prob never have to do anything related to antenna theory!
oooh, i'm intruiged
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oooh, i'm intruiged
Noooooooo ... do not open the doors to Hell itself!
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electricity is ok at AS physics, but magnetism is so much worse!!
at least with circuits, there's a nice bit of lproblem solving aspect
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