During high school I messed around and it wasn't until senior year that I started to get into mechanics and electronics, things that I never specially did before. My entire life I was the type of person to take things apart to see how they worked, played with legos and had an interest in the way things worked. I absolutely love anything hands on, working on cars, doing some simple circuits, machines. I interpreted these interests as a notification that I would like Mechanical or Electrical Engineering. Having just completed my first semester of college (community, so as to not waste money making sure I actually liked it) I realized that I really dont like math. I never have, and I dont think I ever will. The thing is, I've never taking physics, but I have my brothers college engineering physics textbook which I greatly enjoy reading for fun and I learn immensely from it. Basically, I dont think I have what it takes to get through the rigorous, theoretical side of engineering. Should I just stick with engineering or do engineering technology? Also, I'm still confused with eng. tech. How much could I do with that? Ive heard that they are just the engineer's maid. I know without a doubt that I could learn all of the more hands on parts of engineering and be the best in that part.