Is anyone aware of any schools (in Canada ideally, though anywhere in North America will do) that will accept you as a Masters or PhD student without possessing an undergraduate degree, provided your Physics GRE is excellent or exceptional?
Though I have a BA and covered a fair bit of physics and math as electives, my marks are quite scattered (Everything from Fs to %100 A+s ) due to various cycles of not caring, lacking maturity, lack of interest, etc. In other words in terms of grad school admission my undergrad is useless.
The best option would likely be to take another undergrad degree in physics, stay focused and do very well, however I do not wish to put the time and money a second undergrad degree that when I can (and largely have) learned on my own.
I am confident I can do very well on the Physics GRE, and if need be also on the general GRE, however if there is no school which will accept a student on these alone there isn't much point in me writing the test. Sadly my search so far has not found any such school, so I'm throwing the question out on here.