I'm now a senior in high school and realize it's a bit early to decide for sure but I'm trying to weigh (and know!) my options. I have always been interested in the sciences and for the last 4-5 years I've thought I wanted to be a physicist. I've realized that I'm also very interested in biology mostly on a conceptual basis - i.e. I would probably fall asleep in a human anatomy class. I find life to be an incredibly fascinating idea. Another thing that appeals to me about biology as opposed to physics is that biology seems to me to be a more exciting field. Not because it is more interesting, just because it seems like there is more to be discovered in biology - this might be very wrong, please correct me if it is. Here are a few things from both field I'm interested in: Physics: Relativity Quantum Mechanics Particle Physics EM Biology: Neuroscience - Particularly consciousness Evolution Ecology Genetics/Cell Biology I don't know if this means biophysics would be good for me? I don't really know much about biophysics so I'm not sure if it applys to my interests. Is a double major a viable option? I don't know if this is easy with biology/physics they both are rather large disciplines and it seems like any expertise in one would cause a deficiancy in the other. Obviously these interests are all based on my knowledge at pre-university levels (probably just the tip of the iceberg in both fields) so they subject to change. I think I'm the type of person who could go to college for my entire life; I'm just interested in too many things. Any advise would be great, I realizethis isn't really a biology forum so there might not be as much information on it.