I have a few medical physics interviews coming up for a masters program. I was wondering what to expect? I will graduate with a physics degree but don't really know what they could ask me about medical physics since most undergraduate schools don't offer courses in that subject area. I know a little about the areas I am interested in and don't think they would ask me to do any difficult physics things based on the style of program medical physics is.
I will post my profile and schools I applied to in a few weeks.
Thank you for any help you can provide! Anyone else have interviews coming up?
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