Switching from engineering to math.

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I am not sure if a similar question has already been asked.. hmm.. anyway..
I am currently doing mechanical engineering. But, I find myself more inclined towards pure math and theoretical physics. I think math is my calling.Something I enjoy without forcing myself to. My math subject gpa is pretty decent i guess.. 3.7. :confused: But,my overall undergrad gpa is currently very low 2.7. Mostly because I am not happy with the course. I am finding most of the subjects boring except for the theoretical aspects of it. I think i made a wrong choice.I have one more year left to complete under-grad.At the max, I might be able to bring up my overall gpa to 3. My questions are:
1. Is it possible for me to do a graduate course in mathematics provided I study the necessary math i've missed out on ? If yes, will my overall gpa matter or is it just the math subject gpa that will be considered? How much will the math subject gre matter?
2. If it is not possible , should I consider doing an undergrad in math?
 

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