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Im confused about what to do in bsc...befor I wanted to do it with physics but I think its tough.
so please help me with bsc and also suggest a list of colleges
From your query, it seems that you are not only confused and undecided but also not clear, confident and sure about career courses and choices available to you after your plus two. Be cool, there are many options available to you even if you are pursuing non medical syllabus at your intermediate level. First of all, it is important to sit and think what you want out of your life? where you want to see yourself working five or ten years down the lane? What you want to do and in what field ? What are the areas that interests you? what are the skills you are good at? what are your strengths, abilities, personality attributes and aptitudes? . Only then you should proceed for deciding a subject to be taken at graduation level and there after. A subject taken at B.Sc is going to be the base for your career ahead.
Let me give you an example , it will definitely help you :
You want a subject which will open up windows of opportunities for you as well as easy for you handle it. Is n't it? Consider building up a house , just for example, what would you do? You will think of a plan and gather ideas on the type of house you want. Then you will take the help of an architecture to plan and design as per your requirements and budget. Then you will go for an professional interior designer who will make the structure come alive and wonderfull by adding creativity and extra zing to it. Finally , you got your sweet home ready....... Similarly why not take professional help and guidance when it comes to building up a career? your career is going to be one of the most important cornerstones of your life. I would suggest you to go for an ideal career assessment test and other assessment tests available at careerguide.com as per your stream to get a clear picture of what would suit you the best for B.sc and career further. Once you are clear with the discipline , we are there to help you with the colleges but do not forget to mention the name of the place you are in and where you want to continue your studies. There is nothing called tough subject. Every thing is easy if decided properly and managed well.
Hope this answers your query. Wish you a great career and life ahead.
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Dear Aspirant, you are doing 12th in nonmedial subjects, it means that you are studying Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and other but not Biology subject.Nothing to worry dear, in BSc you may opt subjects like Chemistry and mathematcis. You dont want to go with Physics, as you feel that it is tough for you. From your question, I beleive that you are comfortable with mathematics and chemistry. Intitially you were thinking to take Physics in BSc, but now you think it is tough. My suggestion is that you should see the syllabus of BSc course having Physics of any university. Then you will understand to some extent, that whether the syllabus is easy to cover or not. Since you have not studied Biology subject in 12, therfore technically you will not be able to pursue BSc with combinations like Chemistry, Zoology, Botany, Microbiology, Biotechnology, Genetics or others.You may think of Mathematics, Chemistry and Computer Science, or Chemistry, Statistics, Computer Science. There are many combinations of subjects, where you can avoid Physics. My suggestion will be that you should see the syllabus of Physcis and then decide. The best combination for you will be Computer science, physcics and statistics, or Chemistry, Computer sciences, statistics.
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