I was born in the US but have lived in Mexico all my life. I'm studying Engineering Physics at the international honors program at the Tecnológico de Monterrey and currently have a 4.0 GPA. I wanted to know what you think about this path, especially considering that I want to go to grad-school for physics and become a physicist. I know of several guys who did do quite well after graduation, but I'm starting to believe my university is kind of crappy (consider the fact that I barely saw series and sequences in my Calc II class). I guess I want to go to grad-school in the US or to any prestigious place after graduation. I would really like to become a mathematical physicist, but if you think that's too hard for an engineering physics major, please tell what grad-school programs are more suitable for me. What do you think about this? I am sorry if my question is too general/uninteresting. Also, I guess I could apply to universities in the US but only ones in Texas because I was born in TX and that way I get a discount on my tuition. EDIT: Also, the engineering physics program at my university is basically a physics major but with some engineering subjects intertwined.