Hi Everyone! Okay, so I need so advice. I'm an undergraduate student currently pursuing a double major in chemistry and physics with a minor in mathematics. I've talked to the professors at my university and asked for their advice on my career plans, but sometimes I'm not sure that they actually hear what I'm saying. They're all for grad school and nothing else seems to matter. Anyway! On to what I need advice on. I'm so confused right now. I thought I had my whole life figured out, go to university, get a degree in veterinary medicine, get a job. Seemed simple enough. That is until I fell in love with my two majors. :!!) When that happened I was certain I wanted to go to grad school and stay in at least one of these fields. That was two years ago. Now I have two years until the completion of my undergraduate degree, feeling discouraged about my degree, and I have no idea what I want to do with my life anymore. I know two years is a long time, but the courses I take now will affect what choices I have for my career later. I need advice on whether I should set my goals more solidly for grad school or for vet school. I miss being around animals, but I also love my two majors. What I want to know is :uhh:, what is grad school actually like? How hard is it to get into? What should I stive to have my G.P.A by the time I graduate? What made you choose grad school or vet school? Is a PhD worth it? Anything advice would really be a HUGE help!! Thank you!!