I'm going into my third year of undergrad as a physics/math major. I currently have three more required courses to finish my physics degree, and a bunch for math (I declared it last semester). My parents have been hinting to me that they'd like me to drop math and graduate early and I was wondering if that would be a good idea. I plan on going to graduate school, so I suppose I would have to start looking at the GRE's and applications etc. etc. They say that it's not a money issue, but more of a reasoning issue - if I can graduate a year early, why not do it? Especially since grad school is usually "free" for physics grads. I'd be a year ahead of finishing education and begining a career, they argue. Of course, I don't want to graduate early. I told them I'd take on loans myself if that were necessary (they insisted on paying out of savings to avoid interest). I'd like to finish my math portion and be more involved on campus stuff and get to know my professors better (better recomendations). I hadn't given much thought about grad school applications yet either. Anyway, I'm sort of weighing the pros/cons and any input would be appreciated.