Hi all, Just looking for some advice regarding university (again). Here's the 411 on my situation: I'm just your average mathematics major at a big public university in Canada. I've gone through freshman year with excellent grades and am about to start my second year in the math honors program this fall. Now, I've decided to take 5 math courses each semester and nothing else. At this stage in my life, I'm not really sure what I want to do after my degree. I thought I wanted to go to graduate school afterwards but now I've pretty much lost direction. This has lead me to question the value of focussing too much on just one subject. Basically, I'm afraid that I'll lose valuable perspective if I don't take some time to explore other avenues (by taking other courses in humanities, going easy on my math courses to give myself time to do other stuff, etc.). But at the same time I'm scared that 'distracting' myself will prevent me from becoming as good as math as I want to be and in the long term, may even hamper my chances of going to graduate school if I choose to do so. I'm just curious as to whether this is a normal experience for someone who is in the early stages of their university education and is on the cusp of adulthood. So I guess I'm asking whether anyone here had to face such a dilemma and what sort of advice you would have to give to someone who's 18 and stupid and hasn't really figured out what's what. Thanks in advance!