I recently got by B.S. in physics and political science from Wisconsin. I may have had a little too much fun in the beginning of college. I had a couple of bad semesters. I got my act together during my last three semesters. But anyway, I have B.S. in physics from a pretty good school with a 2.778 cumulative GPA, no real research experience, and no idea how to move forward. I really like physics, but with such a bad GPA, and only trivial physics related experience, I can't imagine any path to graduate school. I would like to go for it. I know I can do it, I did a really good job at the end of college. I thought about perhaps trying to get into a masters program for engineering and then work for a while and then maybe try to get into a physics Ph.D program. Does anyone have any advice for me? Thanks guys.