Howdy, I'm a student at Concordia University and have been chipping away at the various prerequisites (ie: chemistry, biology, math) that are required to take Physics there. I originally went to this school for Journalism, but have since changed my direction. It might sound a little crazy to some of you, but i didn't do math in high school. I couldn't stand it. But i took a math class at concordia and absolutely fell in love with it. So now I'm doing what I've always wanted to do...study science...and am as happy as a pig in sh*t. I really want to go to Mcgill for Physics, but due to some strange events in my life, my GPA kinda sucks right now, so I'm stuck here. I read in another post that in the Physics world it doesn't really matter where you go (excluding the M.I.T.'s of the world)....it only matters what you know at the end of it. Can anyone way in on that comment? Does anyone know anything about Physics at Concordia? does anyone know anyone that is doing a physics undergrad there? The major bonus I can see to staying at this school is that since there are very few physics undergrad students...the second and third year classes would be as small as just two or three students. Which is pretty damn fantastic. Personally I would rather go to a mediocre school and learn in a tiny group then go to a fantastic school and just be a face in the crowd. But at the same time....I don't want to lose out on an opportunity just because the guy next to me went to a "better" school. I would really appreciate any insight you guys might have. Thanks. Oh, by the way....i should point out that i don't have any real ambitions to getting a PHD or doing research at this point (although i do intend to get a master's). I'm taking it because it's the science that has always held a fascination with me and I couldn't imagine taking anything else. I guess you could say that I'm doing it for myself....and I'm going to figure the rest out later.