Hi all! I am a final year mechanical engineering student. I am kind of confused about my choice to do mechanical engineering... I love mathematics and physics. I am comfortable with those theoretical and abstract concepts that most of my classmates are not really into them. Like classes of heat transfer, fluid mechanics, solid mechanics and mathematics etc. And I have been doing well in nearly all classes, which give me a cumulative gpa of 3.89/4.0... but you know...I meet a mechanical design project this year...and I am just sick of it! I discover that I am not interested nor good at mechanical design: I don't know where to put the pair of gears, what mechanisms to use or what materials to be used for each part etc... I feel much frustrated and am having doubts on my choice to do mechanical engieering instead of physics or mathematics. Are there any people who feel the same? I am planning to go for graduate school....still mechanical engineering... It is fine with me to deal with advanced heat transfer, fluid dynamics etc...But I just FEAR to cope with mechanial design again.. I did think of subjects like applied mathematics for graduate study... But you know, I feel that I may not be capable to catch up with the missed mathematics. (how could I compete with those math or phy graduates?) I am just feeling that the undergradute mechanical engineering degree has ruined my mind.. I mean I would have learned better or at least more mathematics if I do math, which would better prepare me for my favourite graduate study....and I would be happier not to touch DESIGN!!!!