I'm going to grad school in the spring of 2013 or maybe take a grad class in fall 2012 and I'm working on deciding on going for math or physics. Here is a quick version of my story so you know my background. 1. In my early 20's I got really excited about physics and wanted to be a scientist. 2. I didn't take any physics classes because I needed to take pre-cal and trig first. 3. When I finally finished calculus 1, it was time to pick a degree at my school. 4. My school did not have a BS physics degree (small school) so I did a math degree. 5. Finally, after a year or so into my math degree I had the availability to take university physics. 6. My university physics professor was one of the worst teachers I've ever had in my life. 7. I later talked with another physics professor and told them that all I ever wanted to do was to become a scientist and get a physics degree. 8. To my surprise, a physics BS degree was created that semester (brand new program) and the teacher said I could double major. 9. Double majoring in math and physics is something that I am very proud of but very hard. 10. I'm graduating in fall 2012 and trying to decide on which path I will take, a masters in math or physics. Can anyone offer advice on how to help me decide? How do you make this kind of decision? Thanks.