Hey! So I am in a bit of a situation, let me explain: I did my GCE A Levels (British high school curriculum) and did not do too well in Physics in particular, due to some serious health issues. I am now in university. I started out taking a biology major and, after continuously dealing with the aforementioned health issues, "wasted" a lot of time. Basically, I am taking second year courses even though it is going to be my fifth year here. However, I believe I am very persistent and I really want to achieve something, despite everything I have been through. I decided to switch to Computer Science and Mathematics (my university requires you to double major at least). I'm really enjoying my math courses but I find that I don't have the knack for computer science. This is why I am now debating on whether or not to choose physics as my second major, so that would mean a double major in Physics and Mathematics. The problem is that it has been 5 years since I last studied physics. I still got accepted into the major however, due to my high school marks. And I am confident that I can get into the Mathematics major as well, so that isn't the issue. How should I approach this? Do you recommend that I pursue physics as one of my majors? If so, how should I go about preparing for it? I know that this forum is a wealth of information so I will certainly look through it! But is my goal of doing physics even realistic? I am pretty nervous, so please help me out! (By the way, I am not "dull"... I did get into medical school in the UK after the interview and everything. It's just that my health concerns made it damn near impossible for me to study. And I am not gloating obviously. If I had everything lined up then I wouldn't be asking this question!) Thank you for taking the time to read this.