I just had a quick hypothetical question. If you're a math and physics major, does the fact that you're a physics major help at all when applying to math grad school? In other words, say you've taken several math graduate classes and several physics graduate classes as well. Would the physics graduate classes even help your application, or would it have been better to take more math graduate classes? In general, would anything on your application related to physics help (physics research, physics internships, physics classes, etc.)? Because if not, then it would seem like a waste of time to even do anything physics related if the unwavering goal is to go to grad. math school. For physics grad school, I would expect a major in math and math graduate classes to help your graduate school application. I'm just not sure if this is also true when applying to math grad school.