Right now I am on track to be a math and physics double major, but I just finished my freshman year, so I haven't declared yet (all male liberal arts college). I won't know my GPA until May 15th and since it is freshman year, it doesn't matter a whole lot. I may have a 4.0 (on a 4 point scale), but if I don't, then it isn't much lower than that. In any case, I have taken physics 111 and 112 which I realize does not mean a whole lot to you guys, but these are the classes that you start with for the major. I have also finished calculus 1 and 2 as well as linear algebra. I have multivariable calculus in the fall with differential equations and abstract in the spring. I am not bragging, because you guys are far more accomplished than I am, but I really like math and have succeeded in getting A+s in every math class since 10th grade. I have a pretty good feeling that this streak will end next fall. Of course, I am also taking a physics class each semester next year. I am enjoying the physics as well, but this year I teetered on the A/A- line. I know what I enjoy studying, but I don't know what steps I need to take to make what I enjoy into a career. I have always enjoyed tutoring (in fact I am a physics tutor next year), but I am not in any education classes currently and as it pertains to teaching at a high school level, I don't think that it is for me. Thanks guys.