OK, so here's the situation: I'm studying Chemical Engineering (1st year), but I really like physics. With chemistry, it's lately gone from dislike to like and again to dislike etc. like in a carousel. Right now I'm content with Chemistry, since during the exam period I managed to consolidate all the knowledge. However, I feel like I'm more of a maths-physics type of guy, so I'm thinking to switch into engineering-physics. I think I like physics more than chemistry, but I'm worried that I might get unhappy with physics too, and then switch back to Chem.E. In addition, I've always thought it would be fun to work in the energy sector. Can anyone give some advice? Should I stick around with Chem.E. for another semester to see if I will like it, or should I switch to Engineering-physics? Does somebody here have any experience with one of these two? And yes, I know this isn't the worst type of problems, but I have no idea what I should do.