Wednesday, August 09, 2006

Introductory Remarks

This site is intended to deal with topics in Physics for helping students aspiring to become Engineering and Medical Professionals. I will discuss typical multiple choice questions (M.C.Q.) of the type you can expect to find in Medical and Engineering Entrance test papers of various institutions. Depending on the feedback from the viewers, other types of questions also will be included in due course. As Physics is not limited by regional boundaries, you will find that the topics discussed will be useful to you irrespective of your geographical location. An important case in point is the usefulness of the posts for students preparing for Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) and AP Physics B and C Examinations
The minimum I expect from the users of this site is some genuine interest in the subject. If you remember that the scientific and technological progress you find all around today is, to a very large extent, thanks to the hard work of physicists, you will find pleasure in learning the beautiful principles of Physics with enthusiasm. Finding answers to questions in Physics will then become a pleasing task for you. Be confident. Don’t be under the impression that Physics is a tough subject. It is a very interesting subject. You can definitely score high marks in Physics if you show genuine interest in it.
Many among you might be interested more in Physics than in Medicine or Engineering, but you may be forced to take up these professional courses by the pressure of circumstances. Don’t be discouraged. You will definitely find scope for applying the principles of Physics in almost all situations where you might be destined to work.
Your comments on the posts will be most welcome. Please do not hesitate to post crtical comments and suggestions

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