Right now I'm a high school student thinking about college. One of the majors I'm considering is biomedical engineering, but my dilemma is that I'm not very good at physics (averaged a B in AP Physics B and got a 2 on the exam) and I'm not outstanding in math (although I did average a B in AP Calculus AB and got a 5 in the exam). However, I LOVE biology and I'm fascinated by chemistry as well. I also love designing and building things, as evidenced by my countless Lego inventions and creativity in my tech classes. I've heard that I would have to be VERY good at math and physics to be a good engineer, and one of my friends even suggested that I don't go into engineering because of my lack of skills in physics. Another question I have is: how much math and physics goes into biomedical engineering? I'm just really concerned about my struggles in physics and math, and although I believe I can improve on those skills, I might be lagging behind everyone else because of it.