You can skip to the third paragraph if you would like. So I'll be attending Rutgers University in the fall, and I have to say I am extremely excited. I will major in physics and minor in math or perhaps double major in math. Here is the thing-- I love too many things in science. I'm aiming to earn a research spot in physics in theory, my internship this summer is in the experimental side and I'm not completely fond of it, plus I like the math portion of things. I get the feeling that I'm also aiming to do theory in physics because it is incredibly competitive and I'm a stubborn mule that likes competition and wants to prove it to myself despite the odds. In the all likely chance that I'm not cut out enough to compete in theory, I am thinking of switching fields. And I've said before, I like many things -- things like optics, plasma physics, and a variety of interdisciplinary fields. One of the interdisciplinary fields that catches my interest the most is in the interface of biology, physics, neuroscience, and computation; which I hope to study in if things don't work out. Now the question is, how long is it before you simply can't opt for another degree? I don't mind too much of the time "wasted," it is all fun to me really. I'm just worried about the point where things start crashing down.