Hey everyone, I'm a senior in high school and have already applied and been accepted to Texas A&M, but I'm having trouble deciding what path to take. I've always wanted to be a surgeon because I'm fascinated by the human body and to be able to go in and fix the most complicated machine in existence is nothing short of incredible. However, because of a great physics teacher I had last year, I've become really interested in physics and its applications such as engineering. I really enjoy physics and learning more about it (especially, like I said how it could be applied in engineering fields), but I feel like I'm coming to a fork in the road where I gotta make a decision because these are very different paths. On my app, they had me choose a major, and I chose biology. Now I'm kinda double guessing myself though. I know people change majors all the time, but my worry is that, because A&M is known for its engineering, that if I do decide to go that route, their engineering school will be all filled up by then and I won't get in. On the flip side, I'm worried that if I call and change my major now to engineering (which I can do) that such a major would definitely be career oriented to the point that I may not be able to qualify for med school if later on I decide that would be best for me. If someone who has experience or has had the same problem could help me out a bit I'd greatly appreciate it! -Thanks!