Physics, and more specifically Astrophysics, has always been my passion. However I have just finished my BSc (Hons) Psychology in the UK and have achieved a 2.1. I do not want to carry on with psychology. I want to carry on in academia and study physics. I'm just wondering what on earth my options are... (believe me I'm kicking myself for choosing the wrong degree). Before university I completed the International Baccalaureate Diploma and scored a measly 26 points. I was having issues at the time and really made no effort (another thing I'm kicking myself for). It was my original intention to study physics and I did take higher level physics but only finished with a 4, which I guess is the equivalent of perhaps a 'C'. Do I need to: A) Do a foundation year in physics/astronomy or even go back to school... B) Do another Bachelors in physics/astronomy C) Go straight on to a Masters in physics (if only) D) Just give up on my dreams.