I am currently in my third year of my geology degree which I am enjoying but I love physics too. I don't really want to be strictly a geologist after I graduate, more like a geophysicist as I've taken an interest in seismology after narrowly surviving the 2011 Christchurch quake while in New Zealand. However, it would appear that it's harder to get into geophysics with just a bachelors in geology unless you have had lots of calculus etc. and I have not yet taken a calculus course before (not to say that I couldn't learn it). I'm trying to decide whether I should stay in school for a few extra years so that I can graduate with a double major in geology and physics or just finish my geology degree and then apply to a geophysics grad program and take extra math and physics in grad school. Would double majoring in geology and physics be a waste? I'm feel that if I chose that route I'd end up having to take a lot of physics which would be of no use to me as a geophysicist. Then again, while a BS in geology or physics is sufficient for an MS in geophysicis, people tend to be of the opinion that it's easier for the physicists than it is for the geologists. Thoughts or advice on this matter?