Engineering possible for "non-inventors"? Hello everyone, I'm going to start 12th grade this year and the profession I'm leaning towards is engineering. Now, I do know that engineering involves creativity and the sense to be able to invent various devices/structures/etc. But according to almost all the videos I've watched and articles I've read regarding what engineering is and what engineers do, is the important part called problem solving. Here's where I think I fit in. I've always liked the concept of being an engineer because of the challenging problems that are figured out by applying various formulae and integrating previous knowledge with the modern knowledge database. I've improved my math grades to around 89% - 93% and enjoy problem solving in Physics as well. The downside, though, is the fact that I'm not very creative. I can't think of crazy devices that do various functions or what parts will be used to make them but, I rather look to apply my knowledge to fix or find a solution to a certain problem. Plus, the fact of doing different things everyday and working with a team thrills me. I've always been flexible and enjoyed open environments where I'm not limited to a little corner with a computer to type away at all day. And being a team player is a natural trait of mine rather it be the leader or simply a working under a leader. Does that fill the gaps needed for a project to complete; The work of other team members on different parts of the project? Or, will the engineering course(s) broaden my level of creativity? I would really like to know what you guys think and if a current engineer who went through the same stage as I'm currently in share his/her thoughts and experiences, then that would be more than to ask for. Thanks in advance everyone. P.S.: What would be your recommended field in engineering for me with my current mind-set? The thought of robotic engineering always appeals to me though the requirements may be out of what abilities I currently have.