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Tharsh
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Hey,

just wondering, how much maths is there involved in the straight physics offered at Imperial. I know theoretical requires outstanding mathematical ability, does it get to the same stage in the normal physics option (no offence to the *special* theoretical phyisists!).

I.e. how hard is the physics to follow, given that im quite good at it at the moment *obviously A-level is serveral levels below degree standard*

Also, if i was looking to convert to law at the end of the degree, would it be worth my while to undertake a masters (purely for interests sake)

cheers

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http://www.imperial.ac.uk/physics/co.../msci_spec.pdf page 3
http://www.imperial.ac.uk/physics/co...ssions/faq.asp Faq
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There's only one module different for first years between straight and th. physics. The standard is quite challenging, but it's all doable.
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