Hello there, As the tittle goes: I'm thinking of taking Physics as a major but could it limit me? I've done some googling but everybody seems to contradict themselves. I'm finding hard time deciding on a program, and I don't have much time left until the deadlines. I'm pretty sure that I want to study physics but I am a little undecided in my future career. So I may change my major after while in university. I would like pursue graduate studies once completion of my bachelors degree since I enjoy learning and understanding how things work. I didn't attend grade 11 in Canada. I lived in England and was studying for my A levels. I have no grades from last year since I left before any exams but upon completion of secondary school my top 8 GCSEs were 3 A* and 5 A's. For my mid-term for grade 12 in Canada I got; English ENG4U - 85% Biology SBI4U - 91% Advance Functions MHF4U - 82% (I failed my 1st exam but I'm aiming in the 90's for my final) So the questions I'm thinking that I may want to take a masters in engineering or go to medical school or study dentistry. Will physics be sufficient to apply for any of these graduate programs or will it limit me? thanks!