Ok. So I literally just created this account, but I need to ask you all something. I'm a junior in undergraduate college. I am pursuing a double major in English-Literature, and Philosophy. I have always been interested in physics, specifically astronomy, astrophysics, particle physics, etc. However, I'm wondering about my future in such a field since I have not taken physics classes since high school. The highest levels of math that I have had are analytical calculus, Calculus I, Calculus II. I have taken AP physics at high school and calculus based physics at my university, but I had to drop the class at my university because I ended up having to take a medical leave that semester. Here's the thing. I love theorizing, and I understand both the math and theory behind physics pretty well. For the most part I saw my shortcomings I'm math, became lazy and didn't want to actively work to get better, and now I can't stop asking myself why the hell I didn't suck it up. So I guess what I'm saying is, I'm not fighting whether or not I would be capable of doing it, rather I'm fighting from the perspective of A) I will have been in college for 5 semesters when December rolls around B) College is expensive Thus, I want to do it, and will do it regardless, but I'm wondering if I could jump from my current undergrad to striving for a grad degree in physics.