I feel like most of my fellow students throughout my undergrad have already figured out what they enjoy most, they have their favorite classes based on the content, and the area of physics which seems most interesting to them. I haven't taken a course yet where the content wasn't interesting to me. Sure the professor makes or breaks whether I enjoyed the course itself, but the content has never been an issue for me. Plus I've always gotten similar grades out of any given course for a similar amount of study, nothing has felt much harder or easier. I will have a minor in mathematics and I've done several electrical engineering courses and both seem just as interesting as Physics to me. I've done some research and I enjoyed it well enough, taught some labs and found teaching enjoyable too. Also shadowed some industry jobs and thought they seemed very cool. Now that I need my grad applications out by December I am realizing I am really uncertain about what I want to do. For a while I've been considering Medical Physics as my first choice. I like a lot about the career, and I've even done some job shadowing and talking to PHD students and professors, but I still can't tell if it's the right fit for me. It's like I have some kind of mental block that stops me from objectively looking at my skills and interests. It doesn't help that a Bachelors in Physics is such a broad degree that can get me into lots of different grad programs from all the realms of Physics, to Engineering, to Mathematics, to Actuarial Science. I am almost hoping I only get into one school just so I don't have to choose and that's a bad mindset to have. I suppose I am more or less asking how to stop being so wishy washy about my future? Perhaps I really just haven't found my niche yet. Hearing some stories on how other people decided what to do in grad school might help too. Thanks in advance guys, sorry for the ramble.