Hi. I recently graduated with a B.A. in Political Science. I've been accepted into a pretty decent law school and could head my life in that very comfortable and secure direction. However I've always had a passion for physics, I spend so much of my free time reading about it, watching online lectures... etc. The reason I didn't do Physics as an undergrad really was due to immaturity and complete lack of focus (nearly failed out my freshman year), and once I got myself back on the right track I wasn't accepted into science majors, so pursued a degree in political science. Now that I've graduated, I'm considering doing a complete 180 on my life plan and going back to pursue a physics education and possibly eventually a PhD. I'm wondering if anybody has any advice on what approach I should take, considering I have few undergraduate science courses, and graduated with a completely unrelated degree. Should I apply to an undergraduate program to receive a second bachelors degree in Physics? Or should i somehow (seemingly impossible) try to teach myself enough to do well on the GRE and attempt to seek admissions in a graduate school program? Or is there another option? I realize this is a very unorthodox approach and I'm wondering if anyone has ANY advice that would be useful to me. Thanks so much for taking the time to read this and help!