Hello Everyone, I am currently in my last year of high school and now deciding what I want to pursue as a career. Science, more specifically Physics has always been very interesting to me. The fact that everything in the Universe can be expressed in Mathematics has motivated me to learn more about how objects function. I am 18, and feel I would need more clarity to confidently pursue this as a Major/Career. I am planning to attend a Community College for 2 years before transferring to a State University and continuing a Bachelors Degree. I have been told for some careers starting at a University is essential to finding any success in that field. Is this a realistic approach for majoring in Physics? Unfortunately, I decided to take Statistics instead of PreCalc this year not realizing how important it was at the time. I am currently taking Physics, but feel my teacher is only scratching the surface of what's out there. -I was hoping someone knowledgeable could give me any advice, and recommend some self-study material involving necessary Math and Physics in general. Ideally, I would like to learn as much as possible to prepare me for what I will encounter at a University. I have already begun reading the Feynman Physics Lectures 1-3, and although from the 60's they are very intriguing. Thanks to anyone who can assist.