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I don't think I can continue with the Honor route, so I have switched out of the honors classes for next semester into the regular Calculus II and Linear Algebra II classes. There is no point to continue with the Honors Linear Algebra course, as it will still only contribute towards a regular Bachelor of Science but I can end up with a higher GPA if I take the non-honors alternative. I am now going to (hopefully ... ) graduate with a Bachelor of Science with a double major in Math and Physics.

Is it still possible for me to go to graduate school and eventually obtain a PhD in Math? I really love math, and I enjoy school, so I would really like to go for a PhD, I am just finding this honors Calculus course too difficult.