Hey folks, I am thinking about maybe trying to do a physics major. However, I don't want it to be too hard and lower my already low gpa. How hard is the math and courses like upper division Moldern Physics, Mathematical Physics,Dynamics,Thermal Stat, E&M and QM? Also how hard are the require math like, Lin Algebra, Differential Eqns,Analysis.I am currently a chemistry major and am taking PChem, which is pretty hard. Are those other classes much harder? I like math and am pretty good at it (was on specialize science high school math team and did very well on standardized tests) but ever since I took Calc II with some crazy grad student teaching have been somewhat afraid, as I got a C+ and couldn't understand anything he taught.(I used to get A+/As, 800 SAT I/II and 4/5 APs on all my math classes). However I took 1st year physics for my Chem major and although I didnt do very well (lack of studying), I found the material very interesting. Therefore, I would like to know how difficult a physics major is going to be. The way the grading works in my Physics department is based on a curve, median grade usually B-. I don't want to be in a class with 10-20 kids who are all smarter than me. Also, are the upper level courses as interesting as the freshman year course,or is it just a bunch of crazy technical stuff that is dry. The reason I find physics interesting is because of all the bizarre concepts such as relativity, time travel + implications with philosophy. Finally, I took 2 semesters of General Physics (that's what chem majors/pre meds take)but my school has a 3 semester sequence for physics majors. Is it required to take this sequence because I would not want to do this since I will have to graduate later, as I will already need to graduate in 5 years without having to take this sequence. My future plans are to probably go to grad, law or med school, although I am undecided.