This coming fall, I will be entering my freshman year of college, where I will be studying biochemistry, something I have wanted to do all of my life. I have high interests in the subject and am a strong math and science student. However, after researching the field in greater depth, it seems somewhat lacking to me (no offence to anyone in the field). To elaborate, I also love mathematics and cannot imagine working without it at a higher level. I have contemplated double majoring in the two. I am also interested in biophysics, but I do not know what is entirely encopassed by the field. I tend to think visually, so I would enjoy working with structures and kinetics. I do not know the difficulty of college level physics and do not know how I would do in the classes. Due to the math required for my major, I could only double minor in mathematics and physics, and my school's physics sequence is quirky, to say the least, so I have some conflict about it. In summation, would a biochemistry major and a double minor in mathematics and physics prepare me for graduate work in biophysics? Or am I approaching this entirely from the wrong direction due to my interest in math? What exists at the biochemistry - mathematics interface? I am interested in physics, but I had a bad experience with it in high school (due to lack of students, the only available class was at the academic level), is there a way to guage whether or not biophysics is right for me?