I'm a 3rd year major in physics. Unfortunately, I come from a pretty poor family and I study away from home, and we've been hit by an economic disaster that forces me to abandon college. I'm pretty good in my studies, I got a scholarship and I was at the top 10 of the best students of my university. There are no jobs available to make me independant, and as a result I have to return to my home. I don't want to abandon my studies. Transfers are not allowed in my country so, I have to take the panhellenic examinations again (something like the SAT). I'm pretty confident that I will score high enough to get accepted in the university of Athens (I live in Athens btw). Problem is, the educational system is pretty messed up: I have to start all over again; there is no such thing as transfer credit. I am determined enough to ignore that and start all over again. Because I have enough knowledge of physics (I know pretty well classical and quantum mechanics, statistical mechanics and general relativity) I will try and take my chances with the math department. I ask you this: will the college I go for graduate studies take into consideration the physics courses I took in my first university? Because if not, I will have to go to the physics department. Thank you in advance!