I go to university of victoria, which offers a combined honors biochem and physics degree. I think this would be an awesome degree to have than includes all 3 physical sciences and would probably leave you open to a lot of opportunities. Because I switched from Biology to Physics, I have quite a few credits that pertain to the degree and could complete it in 5 years total (it would take me 5 years total to do my honors Physics anyways). However, I haven't really had a full taste of what biochemistry really is. I've only done a brief section of biochem in 1st year general Chemistry and it probably wasn't very representative of the the field. How much emphasis is on memorization? I am good at memorizing but I prefer conceptual learning. Is there a lot of math? I love math. How would this degree set me up for grad school in physics?