- 1 Can I be an engineer if I am bad at physics?
- 2 Can you be an engineer without math?
- 3 What kind of engineering does not require math?
- 4 Can you be good at math but not physics?
- 5 Can I be a doctor if I’m bad at physics?
- 6 Do you have to be smart to study physics?
- 7 Is physics a lot of math?
- 8 What is the toughest subject?
- 9 Which is better maths or physics?
- 10 How do I start studying physics?
- 11 How fast can you learn physics?
Can I be an engineer if I am bad at physics?
If you are good at math, you can consider to take engineering. If you are good at math but bad at physics, you may consider engineering major that won’t demand you to have understanding in physics. For something like Mechanical one should have basic knowledge of physics.
Can you be an engineer without math?
Fail the course, and you don’t get a degree (your degree is essentially required to sit for your PE license). Yes, you can become an engineer without liking math. You can even become an engineer without being very good at math.
What kind of engineering does not require math?
Computer Engineering. require less math than EE or ME. Job prospect: Software engineer for some hardware company. Math skills not as important as understanding the underlying hardware system, problem solving and programming.
Can you be good at math but not physics?
But physics isn’t math. Physicists study many phenomena they can’t describe with math. Applying math isn’t enough to learn physics. Even applying math to physics requires understanding the phenomena of physics well enough to know which math applies.
Can I be a doctor if I’m bad at physics?
Doctors aren’t physics people at all. There is no need or expectation for them to be “good” at physics. Physics is that easy. Anyway, most med schools require two semesters of calculus based physics, and if you’re not getting As and Bs in them then I suspect it would look very unfavorably.
Do you have to be smart to study physics?
To answer your question, No, you definitely do not need to be intelligent to study Physics and Mathematics and studying these degrees does not make you any more intelligent than you are.
Is physics a lot of math?
Physics is often treated as an esoteric, challenging field, but much of physics is very basic, describing how things move in everyday life. You don’t have to be a mathematical genius to study physics, but you do need to know the basics, and college physics classes often use calculus and algebra.
What is the toughest subject?
Top 10 Most Difficult Subjects to StudyForeign Language. Human Anatomy. Aerospace Engineering. Neuroscience. Statistics. Psychology. Forensic Science. Quantum mechanics. Quantum mechanics is the branch of physics developed to challenge and find solutions to problems unanswered by classical physics.
Which is better maths or physics?
Both are important the only difference between mathematics and physics is that in physical we will study about our universe while as in math describes about potential universe. Originally Answered: Is maths or physics important? To get a good job present day, Math most of all is CRUCIAL.
How do I start studying physics?
Start with any 11th/12th grade physics textbook. Study history if science. Start from any 11th/12th grade physics textbook (Resnick & Halliday for example), and focus on Newtonian physics (ignore all the relativity and quantum stuff). You will not need the electricity-related stuff much either.
How fast can you learn physics?
Good luck with prep, physic can be a little tricky but it follows equations and logic and you need to focus on that. A very good math student with time on his hands a private tutor and about 10 hours per week plus more practice time can make it in 4 months. An average student in a prep school can do it in 9 months.