Not getting a lot of physics done these days… doing fusion right now…but normally at work!
I now study at UCL, on the Medical Physics program.
So what am I gonna’ do now that I have plenty of free time?
Well, I’m trying to study a little… to keep on top of things next year; I’m earning money at the hospital (always a bonus!); and just trying to keep myself occupied..
Any more suggestions??
So my exams finished on Friday, and I am free!
I’ll take the time to study biophysics, and radiobiology - as they’ll help with my course next year at UCL.
I’ll also be undertaking some work in the Hospital in Birmingham, to gain experience in the Medical Physics department.
Finally, I shall be writing up 10/12 papers over the summer, to present to lecturers in the new year!
My first exam today!
Went well, as it was, essentially, a past paper with homework questions thrown in!
Quantum mechanics tomorrow!
My mates have asked me to put on a revision session for Quantum Mechanics, before thursday’s exam - I’m honoured!
The topics shall be:
Schroedinger wave equation (Time Independent) for plane waves.
Schroedinger Wave equation for Infinite potential well.
Energy levels of the infinite potential well.
Expected and Average position.
Bohr’s model of the atom.
I hope I can do them justice, and help them pass their exam!
Further to my last post - I am still revising, and I’m slowly destroying my mind with it all!
Today I’m revising Mathematical Techniques 2, Condensed Matter, and Quantum Mechanics!
Revision is possibly one of the most soul draining things we have to do - but I’m pushing through it.
Mostly because UCL have said that if I get 60% in my first year examinations (low 2:1) they’ll take me in to their second year next year, on a course of Medical Physics! (MSci)
Thee things I know to be untrue (And I can prove them to be so)