>>9782836cry harder please. the tears of juvenile cranks makes my dick hard. people like you are living memes. I wonder what you're going to end up as? Are you going to be the undergrad who argues with the professor every lecture on basic geometry, then drops out because 'muh genius' was too advanced for college simpletons? are you going to be the guy who emails physics department after physics department, trying to get them to look at your bullshit ramblings? or maybe you'll be the guy who gets banned from forum after forum for raving about aforementioned bullshit.

that's only if you manage to stick with things for long enough to come up with any incoherent trash. let's be honest, if you're too lazy to learn math then chances are you'll give up with physics anyway.

Do you want to know how you can avoid all of the above? stop crying, buy a writing pad and some pencils and get to fucking work on learning your math.

try khan academy. follow the first few books in pic related. if you have trouble with concepts ask on math.stackexchange or even this board. work at it whenever you can. do all the problems you can get your hands on.

retard

>>9782855it's not rare for mathematics graduates to go into theoretical physics. if you want to go on to grad school, you'll likely be on an even playing field with physics majors after a year or two of graduate level modules (with vastly better-developed mathematics skills). however, it'll be pretty difficult if you lack the physical intuition you gain from a physics degree. a good compromise is to double major in physics and mathematics, or major in physics and minor in mathematics. if this isn't possible, just make sure you go into a degree that allows you to study the fundamental pillars of physics (classical mechanics, electrodynamics, quantum mechanics, statistical mechanics and relativity) at the very least.