Hi, I am currently studying in the UK.Last week my A-level result was released and now I am thinking what I am going to study after my a 1-year gap. Personally,I am always fasinated by science and maths.But when it comes to performing experiments,I found it unmanageable.I am a great fan of theoretical ideas and I love imagining objects in an abstract way.Nevertheless my brain just doesn't work when I was get involved in practical situations.I enjoyed myself most when the mathematical theories are applied to the physical science.More specifically,when geometry comes to reality.For example,when I was dealing with the law of gravitation at highschool,I proved myself mathematically that a geostationary satellite could only be possible when it was placed directly above the equator.In addition I had been trying to work out the geometrical structure of some simple compound and the nucleus-electron distance during my physical chemistry course.I was doing this in the old days just merely because of my curiosity,so undoubtedly I will be applying for maths or physics in the future.(Although I like theoretical chemistry as well but the huge amount of practicals had stopped me further.) My parents have suggested a similar course----Engineering.So I have to choose one from 3 types of courses mentioned above. I am an introvert,and I did best in solitary work in a silent room.Often when I tried to explain the problems that I encountered,my peers and subject teachers couldn't understand what I was asking for....I was said to have a low presentation skill....Moreover,I always lack confidence,more often my teachers told me to express more and they said I was bright despite of the fact that I have a low self-esteem.I am so shy,I don't want the others to think that I am arrogant... Whatever happens,my dream is to pursue a post-grad study if I have such ability and conditions. Could anyone give me some suggestions and advice on my future subjects? Thx so much.