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    I’m starting to think about my future seriously now. So I think I’m going to do a physics kind of degree…theoretical physics, mathematical physics, physics and maths, engineering physics or just engineering. I HATE particles so I want a degree without particles; does anyone know of one that exists? I also like maths a lot. I just don’t know how to choose so I need advice. I don’t like engines and building bridges it seems boring. I’m only really going to university so I can move out of home and also I just want to do sports at university. So I don’t want something that will take up all my time studying. Also I'm in year 12 so I'm going to be applying VERY soon.
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    Have a look on uní websites you are interested in going to and have a look at what courses will include. Most degrees should allow you to have a social life because your timetable won't be as long as school/college so you should have plenty of time to study and have fun too if you manage your time well.

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    What makes you hate particles?
 
 
 
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