Hello, I have been changing my major many times over and am trying to figure out what I should do. I started out as a biology major, then went to business, back to biology, then to engineering, and now I'm thinking back to biology. I took the physics for bio majors and did fairly good, and I was good at calculus II as well and studied a lot and got a 4.0 GPA last semester, so I thought I would take a hack at physics for physics/engineer majors, and I am finding myself bored and never wanting to study the material, and everyday I think about going back to biology. The thing that scares me though is this whole money thing, I know I shouldn't worry about money or whatever, but it's always creeping there in the back of my mind, knowing that engineers make good money, and I never saw myself interested in medicine. In physics class, I am so damn bored everyday, I can't even open my book up to study, I just simply don't care about masses on atwood machines and things sliding down inclined planes. However, I also think that I am perceiving myself as dumb because I didn't take the calculus based physics. Even in math, I'm doing calculus III and finding it boring as well, although I am still doing good in the course, I just don't care about the material at all. I am also extremely burned out because I studied last semester for so many hours. What I wonder is, do engineer majors/physics majors REALLY love atwood machines, sliding blocks down planes, and tension in strings? These things are so absolutely dry, and everyday I wish I was studying animals, but I am worried that I am dumb because I can't appreciate the above mentioned topics in physics. Secondly, I haven't even given biology a chance, but I am thinking that molecular biology and the very small is boring to me, I would rather study animal behavior, etc. Same goes with chemistry, I just don't find it fun to study electron transfers and other things, I like the macroscopic world much better than the microscopic. I went into this physics class thinking everyone would be smart and I would be amongst intelligent peers, but I'm seeing now that they are more like every other class and is nothing special, I just had some self fulfilling prophecy to be amongst smartness. To sum things up, am I dumb for being a biology major and not finding math/physics/chemistry intriguing? I can do the topics decently and get A's, but I hate it the whole way through. Should I drop this physics class and just say enough is enough and forget about my perceptions of having to fulfill what makes me think I'm smart enough and just go with biology?