Hey guys, I was wondering if someone here could help me answer some questions, and if not at least give me some advice. I'm double majoring in CS and Math. I want to pursue graduate degree in the future after I finish my bachelor. The thing is, I have so much love for math and theoretical physics, and I really want to have that graduate degree in theoretical physics, but I don't know if I can since I only took the courses Physics I and Physics II and I don't think I'll be able to pass the GRE for physics with this insufficient knowledge. I'm still in college and I don't know the procedures and requirements for graduate degrees. I'm wondering, are there any graduate programs that would offer undergraduate courses before I take any graduate classes? or do I have to pursue another bachelor in order to get into grad school for that matter? Also, I self-learned a lot of stuff in math and programming, would you say that it would be possible for me to self-learn physics to pass the GRE? Finally, if I decided to take grad school in mathematics, would it be possible to find a job where I could work on physics theories such as String Theory or GR etc? thanks a lot.