Hello, I am a first year uni student and am undecided about my major. Basically, I have an interest in all sciences, from biology to physics, and I want to find my real passion. I have an appreciation for math because I understand that it is the "ultimate science" and it explains and proves even physical phenomena, so math does not scare me from any field. Boring work DOES scare me. Rote memorization DOES scare me. What I like about chemistry and physics is that the work is a process that requires real critical thought. I am struggling to choose between 1. Chemistry, because the concepts and reactions are interesting to apply to life BUT I don't want to work in a lab. 2. Mechanical engineering, but I have never the been "hands-on" type, but still curious about science. 3. Environmental engineering, because I love the environment, but my school isn't ABET accredited. This is why I would go into Mechanical or maybe Chemical Engineering. 4. Physics, but modern physics seems to be a lot of not-quite-tangible concepts and pure mathematics. So do all engineers have to be the "hands-on" and "lovy dovy with math" types? How do I find my "passion"? And to the chemists, physicists and all types of engineers, HOW did you know what field to go into? Would you describe your interests as PASSION or just great interest?