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I'm currently writing a letter of motivation for a course, and I have the following questions:
Do we say...
I'm a student in/of Physics?
with a special interest in/of something?
Thank you in advance,
  • JamesM

    Senior Member
    "I'm a student in Physics" means that you are enrolled in a Physics class. You may not even like Physics, but you're in it. :)

    "I'm a student of Physics" means that you are studying Physics and have an interest in it.

    "With a special interest" takes "in", not "of".

    Please remember that a complete sentence is the minimum context you should post. Next time, please try to construct a complete sentence as your example. Thanks.
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