Currently I am doing first year BSc. I like to become a pure mathematician or a theoretical physicist. The trouble is I cannot decide on which one. They say ‘do what you enjoy most’. But in this case I enjoy both equally as much. For example, I read about quantum mechanics or string theory and I think ‘studying about nature is the real deal’ and I want to become a physicist. And then I look at Rienmann’s hypothesis and I think wow! And I want to become mathematician. I guess what attracts me to physics is about studying nature - the real thing. What attracts me to mathematics is perfection – since I am a bit of a perfectionist. They also say ‘do what you are good at’. But I am not good (or bad) at either math or physics. I have never done well at any math or science competitions (the ones you can’t study for). Although I usually do well in the exams but that is because I like to study hard – since I enjoy all my subjects very much. I really want a direction because I think I waste too much time thinking about it. Any advice would be much appreciated.