I am a sophomore in an alright university.
Anyways, I would like a wee bit of advice. I have always liked physics and I have decided that is what I want to major in. The thing is, I will only be in Pre-Calc in the Fall >.< I did really well in math when I was in high school six years ago, but that gap. I'll have Calc I in the Spring and Calc II in the summer (I'm crazy, but determined). Which means that I won't even start my the classes for my major until the spring. I know that it is possible to do, because unlike high school, colleges really can't kick you out cause it took you a year longer or two. What I am wondering is, am I at a disadvantage when I go an apply to Grad school, because I didn't start off with my Calc and physics classes and had to make up some lost ground? Is it also a good idea to take a basic physics class to refresh some basic knowledge of the subject (my adviser suggested that I do this).
I am also running into another problem, I already have all my General Education requirements almost done, expect for the two years of another language.. I really used the first year to explore what I wanted to do.