Hey it's me again. I'm at the stage now where i'm practically picking universities to apply to & courses and the one problem that i'm having trouble with now is theoretical/straight physics. Would taking theoretical physics affect my chances of post-graduate in terms of research? I know that with theoretical physics / applied mathematics, you miss out on practically all of the lab-work, which obviously plays a huge role in the post-graduate physics. It's not that I dislike lab-work, but I do prefer the theoretical side. Would it disadvantage me at all doing theoretical physics in this way? Or would you just recommend taking applied mathematics options ontop of a normal physics degree? Thanks.