## I'm about to go to college and, well I'm good friends with physics

So here is my current state: I am int the 12th class (that is senior), in Romania.
My connection with physics is good, certified by me participating at national physics contests, having some notable results(of course, this is not an absolute argument).So I thought about aiming for a career in physics(theoretical or applied).

However, most of our physics colleges are not too serious(this also should be reevaluated). So the best alternative would be studying abroad.
However, there is a second problem, as I do not have any language certificate(right, shame on me for not being foreseeing), and by this time, many application deadlines have been passed. So here is my first question: what are my current options for applying at a University without a language certificate, or assuming I could still get one(my English is ok).

The second thing I have thought about was applying to a computer science college here(as, the way I found out, these are the most serious math-based colleges), then aim for a physics (graduate) degree.(I actually thought(based on some true facts), that I could also learn physics during my undergraduate studies(as a free learner))

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