Hello, I am in a bit of a dilemma. I am right before my undergrad degree and I have been torn apart between physics and mathematics. I have never really studied physics, very little in high school, but it seems fascinating to me and I figured that just because I didn't have a chance to study it so far doesn't mean I should exclude it from my options. On the other hand in high school I was pretty good at math and liked it, but I know that what they teach you in high school isn't even close to the real deal. In the "end game" physics seems more interesting and meaningful (my dream is to continue in an academic career path), but then again I have practically zero experience in both. Having zero experience in both I figured I might mix them together in my bachelors degree to get to know them better and then decide where I'm drawn to in my Masters degree. My question is this, lets say I Mix them and decide to go with physics in my masters, how much will it affect that I did less physics in my undergrad degree (because I mixed and exchange physics courses with mathematics courses)? Same question with Mathematics. Is mixing worth it or should I just focus on one subjects and go for it? Thanks in advance for any help anyone can give me.