Hi. I have a question to ask the countless physics students on this forum. I just completed my gr 12 physics course (SPH 4U) and I absolutely loved it!! The teacher was awesome, he had so much passion for the subject and he would go out of his way to tell us about how he majored in physics and had a great time in university, about the application of physics. We also watched a documentary, "The Elegant Universe" and I was totally inspired by it. I have been accepted at Western and Waterloo and I was just debating that when time comes to choose, which one would be the right for me? While I do want to go to medical school (Mind you, I know how tough it is to get in), I also have this thirst to do physics in university. I am afraid that physics, related very much to engineering is REALLY hard in university. TO get into med, you need a high average, which I may be able to achieve through biomedical science at Waterloo, as it is mostly memorization. At the same time, I want to go to Western to do physics but will I be able to pull of a 3.7+ GPA? I worked efficiently in gr 12 (not my best as I had English during the same semester and it is my weakest course), yet was still able to pull of an 88-89. Through hard work, would it be possible, perhaps even easy to pull of a 3.7+ at Western Physics? Physics would also be my second career option as I would be able to pursue engineering if I decide not to do medicine or not get in med school. Please help. Thanks a lot.