U of L, U of K, Meharry, Medical school of Georgia are the only schools that require one semester of physics. I definitly did some research because I really REALLY did not want to take two semesters of physics. I do detest physics and I disagree with Sprgrover, physics is not a blast. However, I felt that I should not be limited because I was afraid of taking physics so I am now in second semester physics.D.A said:Would you happen to know if there are any dental schools out there that require only 1 semester of physics?
I swear, its like a battle everyday in physics. I feel like I am living day by day in that class How was physics at your university?Sprgrover said:C'mon, my statement is filled with a healthy dose of sarcasm!
grinningrice said:I swear, its like a battle everyday in physics. I feel like I am living day by day in that class How was physics at your university?
Im reading about Ohm's law and resistance.Tzips said:It's funny, I'm reading this while taking a break from reading my physics book... Electric flux is just about killing me, and I really don't understand Gauss's Law. And it's only the second week of class! And to top it all off, my prof thinks that teaching is just reading the text book outloud (literally. "Ee equals sigma over epsilon subzero." Well, gee, that just makes everything so much clearer )
amartins02 said:I'm in the library at UMass and its funny because my physics class was just canceled. It's ok but, just don't see how its going to apply to dentistry!!!!!
Not at all, Im taking physics for technology majors2tran said:This might be a stupid question...but does it matter which physics you take? the physics for biol. or for engineering (more calculus based)?