Hello Physics Forums! I realize that only I can answer my own question, but I was wondering if someone could help me answer my own question. First off, I want to major in Education. There is no question about that. However, I am stuck between majoring in Physics and English. I feel like I'm stronger in English (I have taken 2 English-specific courses, getting an A in one class and a B+ in another, as well as getting an A in every research or humanities class where reading/writing is the focus) than Physics. In Physics, I received a B+ in University Physics I and a B- in Calculus I (Calculus isn't a Physics course, yet I hear upper-level Physics classes require Calculus). The problem is, I find Physics more fascinating to study, despite finding it more challenging than English (so far). I also believe I could explain physics concepts, at a high school level, a lot better than I can explain how to write a paper or how to critically analyze a text, at a high-school level. The one caveat about majoring in Physics is that I would have to spend another year at school, considering my school's physics program is very rigid and allows little to no flexibility with classes. With my school's English program, I would graduate on time (in my 4 years). Also, the Physics GRE scares me and even my physics professor warns physics majors (whether with Secondary Ed. or Engineering) that it's no walk in the park. I guess what I'm saying is that it would be nice to major in Secondary Ed. Physics but it would take another year of schooling (which means more money and not scholarship money at that), and I'm not even sure if I would do well since I got a B+ in my level-one course and a B- in Calc. Should I maybe talk to Physics and English faculty to get some idea as to what field I should study? What do you guys think?