July 1, 2010 1:06pm CST
Im learning Physics at the University of Debrecen (Hungary). I have only 7 classmates, and its not too much! Science needs physicist to develop new methods, find new processes or design modern gadgets. But there are only few physicist in the country:( Why students hate physics? Why not learning this subject at Uni? Is there anybody who s learning physics?
1 Jul 10
It;s not a very popular subject and it is also very difficult to understand. I personally found Physics on of the most difficult subjects at school and I am glad that i could choose not to study it :) To be fair, it is still a very important subject and there needs to be people who study it to fill the gap in certain experiments. Be glad that you are one of a kind and that in future you will definitely get a job, rather than have thousands of other students competing with you for one job. :)
2 Jul 10
I hate Physics too. It was already a long time ago since I studied physics and I could still remember the horror it gave me before. It was so horrifying that I failed in one of my physics subject. I needed to take two physics subjects and I failed the second one so I have to retake it. Thinking about it is already making me feel horrified. lol
• United States
1 Jul 10
I'm going to an extremely small Arts school... so no. Not learning physics. I like science well enough, but I'm not planning on pursuing it for a career so I'm not going to take more science courses than is required of me. Simple as that. Is your school a big school? What kind of majors does it offer? Because if yours is a university of tens of thousands and all your majors are in science and engineering, then yeah their should be more students in physics class. If yours is a small university or they offer mainly majors in English... no there aren't going to be loads of students in physics. There's also the issue of time and class management. Maybe a large number of students who wanted to take the course couldn't because of other obligations or courses they needed to put first.