Hi. I am extremely new to this wonderful forum. I am hoping that I can receive the same awesome advice as the other members on this forum. Background about me- I am second year math(B.S.) student who is quite adept at mathematics and was advised to cross over and achieve a second degree physics(B.S.). I have already passed all the lower level math classes like Calculus I, II, and III as well as Diff. Eq. 1 with A's, but I don't know if that well be of that much help. Situation- I was only recently advised to dual major in math and physics by a group my professors. I can tell that having a strong math background well definitely help, but I don't know of how much. I have yet to take any physic classes. I do youtube lectures from MIT, Stanford and many others -(calculus based physics 1 and 2). While thoroughly comprehending most of what is taught and extremely enjoying it. I can not decide on how I show go about taking the courses. I think I am set for the first to gen phys classes but I am not sure about the level of commitment/difficultly the upper division physics classes require/ are set at. If there is anything anyone can recommend from passed experiences like reference books, videos, in what order I should take my math and physic, so that I can a better change to succeed. If anyone can give any advice on this matter, it would be really awesome. Thanks Phresh.