Hello PF. I have a bachelors in pure math. I've always gone back and forth between physics and math, but math always challenged me more. Not that physics isn't a challenge, just that math as an undergraduate challenged me more. So I always left the physics classes after the freshman ones to take another math class that I found more challenging. Ultimately this was foolish, because I like the end result of doing theoretical physics research more than math research. My question is, how do I get into a physics graduate school with a bachelors in math, and only the freshman courses in physics? It may be important to know, I did take a few mathematical physics classes as an undergraduate, along with some electrical engineering. I am not blind to what physics entails is what I'm saying. The only paths I see are these, 1) get a BS in physics, and it will be a decade or so before I can afford to do that so I rather get there sooner 2) go into a program that lets you catch up in graduate school, but I don't know of any such physics programs.