About the r/Physics community
r/Physics is a Subreddit for Physics with roughly 2.3M members. It uses a forum format for communication.
In their own words
The Physics subreddit is dedicated to discussions related to physics, including topics such as quantum mechanics, astrophysics, particle physics, and more. It serves as a space for physics enthusiasts, students, researchers, and professionals to exchange ideas, seek explanations, and stay updated on the latest developments in the field.
Physics ForumsPhysics Forums aims to provide a community for students, scientists, educators or hobbyists to learn and discuss science as it is currently generally understood and practiced by the professional scientific community. Physics is the main focus but also discusses other STEM fields including engineering, chemistry, biology, mathematics, etc. Physics and math homework help is available for students.
on discordScience Hub is a community of science enthusiasts ranging from high schoolers to Ph.D. students from around the globe. Find new friends who are passionate about physics, chemistry, astronomy, biology, and more!
on redditA place for physics students of any level to discuss the intricate profoundness of the universe. Students can seek help, share their experiences, and engage in conversations with others who have a similar interest in physics.
Physics Help ForumPhysics forum for students, teachers, engineers, scientists - STEM, Classical Physics, Modern Physics, Applied Physics, Homework Help.
Mathematics and Physics
on quoraThe space is all about mathematics and physics, the two branches of science that are responsible for development of the world.
on facebookThe mission of this "Scientific Group" is to present you with highly educational posts of physics and domains of it's major fields. The principles in the natural science field of physics and it's sphere of expertise, will include classical mechanics, thermodynamics and statistical mechanics, electromagnetism and electronics, relativity, quantum mechanics, string theory, quantum gravity, and Loop quantum gravity, optics, and atomic, molecular, and optical physics, condensed matter physics, high energy/particle physics and nuclear physics.
PhysicsGRE.comPhysicsGRE.com is a website dedicated to providing resources and information for individuals preparing for the Physics GRE (Graduate Record Examination). It offers various resources to help students prepare for the exam. These include practice exams, sample questions, study guides, and discussion forums where students can ask questions and interact with each other. The website also provides information about the structure of the exam, scoring, registration, and other relevant details.