Hello, It's almost the end of my first year of university... and it's time to choose a major. I'm doing a bachelor of science, and I can say that things haven't been to bad. Last semester I had a GPA of 3.8 and things are looking pretty good for this semester. Anyway, I should declare a major soon, but I'm lost when it comes to doing so. I'm considering medicinal chemistry, chemistry and physics. However, all my thoughts go back to physics - one way or another. The thing keeping me from picking physics is the fact that at my university, there are only 7 people now in 2nd year physics. SEVEN! In other majors, there are 15 times that many people. Does physics just become insanely hard to follow in upper years? I would call myself a hard working student, but I'm just scared thinking about next year. What if I find myself one month into my second year of physics, completely lost in the material? Any feedback would be helpful.