I'm nearing completion of my undergraduate education, and despite my initial excitement about physics, I seem to have hit a wall and been completely demotivated. I want to go on to graduate school in physics, but my undergrad experience has me second guessing this desire. I've been met with an attitude of "I don't care about you" from most professors and grad students. My focus has been on understanding physics, but I feel penalized for that, and that most grad students and professors don't remember what it is like to be an undergrad and have an unrealistic perception of our abilities. I don't claim to be the next Newton or Einstein, but it seems that if you're not the best, no one care about you. I don't mind at the end of the day (I just want to do what I want to do) but its demotivating to be in such an environment. Does it get better in grad school? Are people are a bit more...caring? And helpful?