I am a person who enjoys math and physics in high school as well as chemistry but my preferred subject is physics since I find it the most interesting. An obstacle is that I am not doing well in math currently because my mom threw out an important lab material by accident and I had to pull all nighters to finish it and could not study for the 2 math quizzes. Anyways I also like to read online articles on the latest technology. I am also a science fiction fan (finished watching the entire series of Babylon 5). I am not sure however which engineering path is right for me. Should I use my final math marks to determine it? 77-80 civil engineering(structural engineering) 80-83 mechanical engineering 83-higher electrical engineering I know electrical engineering has the most abstract math overall and I think mechanical is harder then civil assuming the person has the same interest in all 3 subjects. By the way I want to know if any of you know engineers in your personal life who are sci fi fans and you could include yourself if you are. I also might need more time to think about it. So that can be a possibility but lets say I had the same interest in 3. The math class I am in by the way is math 506 which is considered to be high math at my school but it is just essentially pre cal.