I enjoy being a student at IHS and being able to take a lot of classes in the STEM areas. I like to problem solve and create solutions, following them through from design phase to hands on building. Encountering a challenge is rewarding to me, and I believe that is the main reason I picked this class. I also have always been fascinated by concept of putting numbers to nature since I was a kid. To me, physics is like taking a big mess and then breaking it up piece by piece to understand it and bring some order to natural behaviors. That is not to say everything can be, with 100% certainty, explained in the present. After all, there is still theoretical physics and these points of points of possibility can be just as, if not more, exciting.
What I am mainly looking forward to about the class is the university feel of it. It is easily one of the most independent classes in the school and will be a good course in preparation for next year. The thing I look the least forward to is the workload, but it seems, with some time management and determination, the workload will be fine. I look forward to reading all the other posts on here and the topics you guys choose.