Hello everyone, I have a couple of hopefully easy questions about undergraduate degrees. I am a 3.74 GPA student at my university and am currently in my 3rd year of college, on a 5 year plan. I am a double major in both Physics and Applied Mathematics. The following are my questions. 1) Double Majoring I have had some pressure in the past year from friends, family, professors and a patent lawyer to do this double major. Is it worth it? I honestly spend a massive amount of time studying and burn out is a concern and I was hoping to hear how helpful it actually pans out. Can I do better with it? Without it? How so? I've read some of the responses in the past to this but none of the ones in the archive were really that satisfactory. It might help if I give some light on to what I am hoping to do. Rockets somehow, patent law, college level teaching. (ideas that I have, I really don't know too much about what I can do as a career with what I am learning) 2) Theoretical or Experimental Undergrad I read a post recently where someone said "...Theoretical Physics (ugh)..." to quote them. Why is this such a bad point? I could use some clarification as I am starting my specification of my degree in my next quarter. Mostly I could just use some information on it against experimental. I appreciate all of your opinions. Much thanks.