Hi, I'm an undergraduate double-major, Physics and English literature, going into my senior year. I chose/declared both of my majors during sophomore year, having entered school with a vague intention of majoring in linguistics (which soon dissipated). As such, I'm about a 'year behind' in terms of core physics courses--i.e., I'll be taking E&M I, Thermal I, Mechanics I, & Adv. Quantum I in the fall of my senior year, and will only be able to take the second-semester portion of two out of these four. Upper level courses I'd like to take--astrophysics, general relativity, intro to nuclear & particle physics--are pretty much out of the question. I will be able to graduate with a B.S. in physics, provided I pass all of my courses, at the end of senior year, but I feel like I will still be very shallowly-prepared for a physics graduate program. I'm not sure when I would even apply, since I certainly won't be taking the GRE until I've completed the aforementioned third-year courses. I'm thinking of doing an extra semester of undergraduate courses after I graduate, but I'm not sure how that would look on an application. I was wondering if anyone had any advice for someone in my situation, looking to be admitted into a physics graduate program.