I recieved offers of admission from the 3 unis I applied to for physics and astronomy but I'm only choosing between two (Canada btw) one is top notch, one of the best in the country for my program and the other one is a liberal arts University, not prestigeous for the sciences but they have an inservatory (Canada). The reason I'm having a problem choosing is because of how poorly I'm doing this year in everything except for calculus (92). I had a 90 in physics last year, 75 this year, 92 in bio last year, 80 this year, 87 im chem last year and a 80 this year and so on. Last semester I had to deal with serious issues within the family and I only found time to study for tests the day before and stuff, was too scared to reach out for help because people in my class judged and stuff but that isn't an issue this semester. This semester I just feel burnt out, I dont want to do anything, and I'm getting really bored. This is what scares me about the top notch uni - it attracts some of the best physics students in the country, (around 300) and I'm afraid that if stuff is going the way it is, I won't do well( It also has coop for my program). Especially when you look at my beautiful 75 in physics. The liberal arts school isnt very competitve for my program and it also isn't the best of universities but hey, they have an observatory and apparently 10 people in my program so the research spots never fill up! My physics teacher says I would succeed at thenliberal arts school and probably not the better uni, but the one known for my program has always been my first choice. At the same time, I'm scared of doing physics there. I still want to go for physics despite my 75 because I hate biology and I can do physics problems for hours without getting bored. I love it. I dont even know what I'm asking anymore, I guess I just want to know if it's a good idea to go to a top notch uni despite how poorly I'm doing? If i dont get the marks for grad school but do a minor in cs along with my physics degree, plus coop, at a great univknown for physics and ESPECIALLY computer science, would I be able to find jobs with a physixs bachelors, or am I better off playing it safe with my marks and go to the liberal arts school?