Hello! I've been reading this forum for a while now, and while I see many threads asking about similar questions as I am, I still cannot get answers to some of my questions. So I hope to get some advice here on PF. I am very interested in pursuing a career in Physics, but I don't have any background in math or science. Is it possible to go directly for a graduate degree if I self-study physics in my spare time? Or should I go for a second bachelor's degree? Or, should I take those pre-req classes at a college as a non-degree student? Because if I study on my own, I am worried about not getting any opportunities for research, or getting any recommendation letters. What are some decent physics programs (US) for second bachelor's degree students? Is it ok to study at a city college and get good grades and get accepted into an above-average physics graduate program? And If I decided to go for a master's degree directly, is it also possible to be accepted to any decent school if I did well on GRE? Thanks in advance!!