Hey guys. I'm a senior in high school and I was recently accepted in to Carnegie Mellon's computer science program for undergrad early decision (so that's where I'll attend). I'm pretty confident I'll stick with computer science, but I'm also interested in math and physics. I have a few questions. 1. I'm thinking of double majoring in math or physics with a B.S. in computer science being the primary degree (AP Credit should let me be able to do this course number wise). Would I be able to go to grad school in math or physics with just a double major in one of them? Would it count against me? This is more of a down-the-road question, as I would probably just switch my primary major altogether if I knew I wanted to go to grad school in math or physics right after undergrad. 2. How important is the school you go to for undergrad for grad school admissions? I ask because while Carnegie Mellon charts fairly well on ARWU for math and physics, it isn't amazing in those subjects. 3. If I were to go to grad school in math or physics and eventually get a Ph.D., I would probably want to do related research afterwards (e.g. as a professor at a university). Are these types of jobs fairly available, or is there stiff competition for them? Thanks for any help. It's kind of late here, so sorry for any typos.