Long story short, I'm in high school now. Last year I got a C in Honors Biology but I have an A- in chemistry and a B+ in Honors algebra II/ trig. Despite my grades, I think I'm very good in math with a little bit of struggling when it comes to science. However, I'm really fascinated with physics and would like to become a physicist (maybe an astrophysicist, theoretical physicist, or a physicist specializing in string theory). However, with a GPA of about a 3.6, would I still have an opportunity to go to a good school? Does it weigh in my favor that I am interested in this career path and am a woman, or is that a disadvantage? Any advice on becoming a physicist? Thanks!