I am about to finish my undergrad career and receive a bachelors of science in both mathematics and physics. Now I have done a great deal in the last 4 years: 2 research projects, 1 year on one and 1.5 years on the other both involving computational physics I did a summer internship Graded for a semester Tutored for a year Now I feel that my resume beyond that is also quite impressive just not as science oriented, but it does demonstrate great personal motivation and great management skills. The pitfall to my application to graduate schools was my physics gre scores, they were bad. Now I am in the predicament of either accepting full funding at a respectable school studding something I don’t have a true love for or spend the next year memorizing physics formulas and retaking the physics gre and reapplying to grad schools. Now to be completely honest I am not sure what I want to study in graduate school. I just really find too much interest in all the areas of advanced study I have touched. I have also considered spending the next 3-6 years in the military. I feel that this road gives me the advantage of time to decided upon what I really want to focus on in grad school and I feel that this time would give me an opportunity to go back and look at all of these topics again and truly understand them not just rush through the key points so I can Ace a test. Also I more then likely would not be looking to make a career out of the military the plan would be to go to grad school after this. So what I am looking for is advice on this. Also if any one knows if there are any opportunities to so physics related things in the military? And I am not talking about oceanography or meteorology. Thank you!