I was strongly considering getting a BS in Physics along with a BA in Math until right now when I'm starting to consider dropping the Physics major. By "dropping" I don't mean leave Physics altogether but instead of getting a BS in it, I'll just be taking a lot of courses in it (such as quantum mechanics, classical mechanics, E&M, GR and maybe a few others, basically a whole BS minus labs and the specific math courses for Physics majors). The reason for this is that second year Physics majors start taking labs and if I drop the major, I won't have to do them and this would allow me to take more math and get started on Quantum as well. Having done some "real" Physics and math courses this year (my second), I'd be able to decide much better and earlier which field I wanna go to for graduate school: Theoretical Physics or Math. If I decide to go into math, obviously dropping the Physics major will only benefit me as I'd be able to take more math classes. However, if I decide to take the Theoretical Physics path, I wanna know how much not having an official degree in Physics and not doing lab courses will hurt me. I'll still have a lot of theoretical classes (maybe even some graduate courses) and I'm starting research with a Physics professor this year as well. So how do you think Physics graduate schools would view that?