You can't go wrong with Princeton
After years of just having an interest in physics I am actually contemplating about starting a PhD in Physics probably in BioPhysics. I was wondering if you have any suggestions within a commutable distance of NJ.
A lot of colleges are offering their courses online for free. No degree for free. They offer them online for pay too if you want a degree.
I have been taking some from M.I.T. They were the first. But a number are doing it now.
It's video lectures and course materials. Forums for online students to commiserate when they don't understand something.
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