i'm on first year of physics studies, but i got a little dilemma - do i want to be a mathematician, or phycist? I'm thinking about being theoretical physicist - but at the moment - math is much much more interesting to me than physics. I think that may change when i'll start to learn about quantum physics - but i'm not certain about that. What if that won't happend? Will i be able to go for Master degree in mathematics(after bachelor's in physics)? What concerns me - all physicist from my university care about, for example, where they can use some piece of math - they treat it as a tool. What i care about is why some piece of math is the way it is. Even my calculus lecturet told me, that as a physicist, i shouldn't care about all that stuff, because it's kind of useless for me. And that raise doubts - was physics right choise?