Hey, I know there's a sticky on top of the page kind of about this but I read through the thread and I have a pretty particular case that which isn't really addressed. I just finished my undergrad studies, received a B.A. a few months ago in May, and I was thinking about going to school for physics which has always been a passion of mine. But my BA isn't in science, engineering, or math; it's in film. I'm not wanting to get in to grad school without any knowledge though. Recently I took the physics GRE and I scored a 940 (90%); since high school I've self-studied math and physics (thanks a lot to itunesU and some books) in my free time. I majored in film, which is something else that I love, at USC, the highest rated film school, but I was never able to double major or taken any "unnecessary classes" that didn't count towards my degree due to my financial situation. The amount of math and science classes I have under my belt is minimal, but I was never bothered by it because I got my fix, so to speak, on my own through self study. Once I started on a film track there was just no way I could afford to do anything but film and now that it's just not possible for me to go back and get a B.S. in Physics or Math even though I'm sure I could breeze through the classes with what I know. If I wanted to go back to school the only way would be grad school. I wanted to know if anyone here thinks if I should even apply to grad school. It seems as though most universities won't even consider me due to me not even being a physics undergrad major. I know I'm at a major disadvantage but I was going to study some more and try to up my score to a 990 if I could. Still I don't even know if I should bother and just let my passion for physics just remain that. What do you guys think? Thanks!