Ok. I have an offer to study Physics at Nottinham university (UK) next year. However after thinking about it im not sure it is for me for the following reasons: - Altough im quite good at physics/maths im not really interested in it. - I want to earn a lot of money after my degree. - Im not sure id get along with people on my course becasue im very sporty. - I'm not sure id be very good at it. I'll probably get AAB at a-level so will make the grades but id be interested in knowing a few things about university phyiscs? -Do you have to remember vast amounts of formulai? -Is the maths incredibly hard? - What are the people like (i know but generalise a bit for me)? -What sort of jobs can you get after your degree? - How hard is a degree in phyiscs? I know you are probably thinking why did I even apply? But the thing is I was good at physics at a-level and will easily get an A so I though it was an easy option for me considering i didnt want to face 3 years of none stop maths. Plus does anyone know how difficult it would be for me to change my degree to either economics or law?