I've heard from a few people that chemistry courses get quite hard when the 2nd year starts. I would have thought since you start to specialize in chemistry there will be a lot of overlap between classes which would make things a bit easier. I was thinking about trying to double major so I can make the best of the time I spend in university but everyone I've mentioned this too so far has discouraged me from doing it. The thing is I'm not just studying chemistry to get a degree or make money I'm studying it because I love the subject along with pretty much every science field I've studied so far. I've devoted my life to science and I study this stuff for the fun while some people devote a few hours a day to studying I devote the whole day to it including weekends. Considering all that would you say it would still be unwise for me to attempt to take a second course in say electrical engineering on top of the chemistry course I'm doing now?