OK, so recently I've had a bunch of revelations in the way I think. I used to be an arts person (I still am!) who was mostly into music, english, film, etc. I thought I wanted to definitely go to school for those things. My math was not great, but I've always been good in science. I suddenly started thinking that I can probably write books, make films, and compose music even if I don't get a degree in them, the only interest I can't fulfill without a degree is my interest in science, mainly theoretical physics. I've been thinking that maybe now I want to go to a really good school (as opposed to a music conservatory) and get a Ph.D in physics with either a double major in music or a minor in music. The problem here is this: I'm not great with math. It's not that I don't understand math, but my math facts, are very off. On every single test I take in math I would get 100% (really 110% because of bonus questions), but I always do something stupid like saying 12-3 is 8 and then I end up with a 90-95. I am in accelerated math though, so I did skip a year, and plan to skip pre-calc next year and take AP Calculus. My science is good though (I think). I won honorable mention for the DuPont Challenge and I'm doing great in honors chem (my teacher really teaches it like AP Chem, friends of mine who are in college say that their chem class is the same as mine) with a 99% average. So, basically my question is this. I'm not an average physics person. I'm completely right brained, a creative and emotional thinker. Does a career in physics make any sense for me? I really do love math and physics now, I love the feeling I get when I solve a problem, but I'm afraid I'm just not good enough. Am I right in thinking this? Thanks in advance!