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*the big bang theory*(Sheldon has been laughed at Geology many years). I always want to learn math, which is a popular major in today's time (at least my country, China, all the students in science respect and fear math).

By the way, I have failed in choosing my major 3 times, which happens when:

I am graduated from high school (choosing popular major needs good grade than choosing unpopular major);

I take a exam when my first year at college ends, the exam is to select about 50% of the participants change their major to math (the participants are from my school, any majors);

A same exam like the above one, but hold in my second year's ends at college, which is also, 2 months earlier.

But, I really have a great interest in math, also I am ranked an average level, in the crowd of students from math major of my school. (my math GPA are at about 50%, maybe a little bit backforward to 60%) I have taken most of the courses of math majors (I mean the math courses they should learn in the first two years, all obligatory courses, but they almost didn't learn any optional courses in math in the first two years), except “differential equations”, "function of a complex variable". (also some other two courses, but I won't write them, so as to be more focus on my topic)

So is there any possibility to get a Master or Ph.D in “Pure Math” major

**with finance award**? I will have an double major in math when I graduated, and I will learn the course in pure math in my next two years.

My GPA (all course) is 3.22/4.00;

my math GPA by now is about 3.6/4.0. (I mean all the math major courses)