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Is there any chance I can be accepted into a good graduate physics program without any bachelor's?

To apply and be accepted into a top physics program, you will need research experience (your chances increase if it's in the field you are applying to and if you have publications), a strong academic ...
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Is there any chance I can be accepted into a good graduate physics program without any bachelor's?

I suggest your chances are non-zero but so small as to be inconsequential. As a physicist you will appreciate the fact that even events with an a priori probability of zero can nonetheless occur. You ...
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What does Unconditional firm mean?

The language they're using for that sounds like the language used for undergraduate admissions in the UK (via the UCAS system). We don't use that language for PhDs at my institution (that I'm aware of)...
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Should I write a follow up email? (UK Academic position)

I interviewed twice in the UK when I was a postdoc on the academic market. The first time, I was notified after two weeks that I was not getting an offer. The second time, I interviewed Friday, flew ...
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How do I Become a Theoretical Chemist/Physicist with a Chemistry Background?

This post only responds to your final question. Some things I'd ask yourself prior to pursuing your idea further: How many people graduate with PhDs in Theoretical Chemistry? What percentage end up ...
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Part-time and remote research in the UK

I'll add another voice, as I am also probably at one of those 5-6 universities within 1-1.5 hours drive. Part time PDRA positions are far from uncommon. I am on at least 3 research projects where the ...
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