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Would double majoring in physics be worth it

  1. Jul 11, 2012 #1
    I am currently a math and physics double major about to start my 3rd year. I recently really started to prefer my math courses and hope to go to graduate school for math. I still find physics to be fun but I just don't think it will be worth it considering how much time I will have to spend on physics when I could be taking math classes instead. So I guess I'm just wondering if anyone has been in a similar situation or has any advice on whether a degree in physics would really be worth it when I plan on going to grad school for math instead (probably pure mathematics).
     
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