Hi all, Lately I've been feeling pretty let down by my choice of undergrad. I had always planned on ending up in physics, but I chose to go to Engineering Science (Engineering Physics essentially) at U of Toronto with the idea that I could end up in physics anyway (you specialize in your third year and can pick physics). It turns out with taking so many courses (6 a semester) and especially some being things I'm just not interested in (structures, several communication courses, economic analysis in later years, etc) that I'm finding it hard to stay motivated (though my marks are fine about ~3.6 gpa). There are certain courses like my Calculus I & II or Classical Mechanics where I just love to study and could work on problems all night, but then the others as I said not so much. People that go through the program traditionally go into grad school afterwards which is what I want, but I'm not sure any more if it really has any advantage over a regular physics path. As well I can't help but feel that my gpa could be higher if I were to go into pure physics. There will be a lot more physics-related courses in my second year, but along with it several courses again that I would probably not choose to take had I just done pure physics. I kind of feel like this might be a "the grass is always greener on the other side" kind of situation. Also transferring to Physics would likely mean having to take summer courses or an extra year or something as we don't have a Physics II course (waves, qm, ...) until the second year. I guess I'm looking for input from people that have been through similar situations, general advice, whatever you think!