Hey, as you may have guessed I'm thinking of taking a Theoretical Physics course rather than just straight Physics, but that due to its maths-heavy nature I'm worried I might not cope all that well. I mean, I love the idea of theoretical - admittedly it's a rather romanticised view of it - but it appeals both scientifically and philosophically, it seems wonderfully interesting and all that kind of thing (and it sounds cool when you tell people :tongue:). I could go on about why it sounds so great, but to be perfectly honest I can't be bothered at the moment. However, I'm worried that my maths might not be up to it. In terms of A-Levels I'm getting middling A grades in Pure Maths but C grades in Further Maths (mechanics, statisitics, all that business) I would be perfectly happy with straight physics, but ideally it'd have to be theoretical. I just don't know if I'm being unrealistic in going for it. I know most universities say you can easily switch between courses in the first year, sometimes the second, but I'd like to get myself a clear idea of what, realistically, I want to be doing. Thanks for any advice, this is probably a pretty common question, so sorry about that.