I am currently experiencing a stressful thought process about what to do when I get to college. One of my interests is in chemistry. I like chemistry because I feel like it gives a power to make things you want and you can go in so man different directions with it. I especially like biochem because of the cool things that happen in cells and also environmental chemistry is interesting due to the ways you can help the environment and the idea of working outdoors. The biology interest is mainly just an interest in biochem rather than biology itself. Next, I am really into physics. I like physics because it is so broad and really seems to cover EVERYTHING! I like the use of math to describe everything because I also love math. I like the use of math to prove things and deriving equations and solving equations and using my analytical and problem solving skills to answer physics questions. The dilemma I'm having is I want to mix the chemistry, biochem and physics, but get the most out of each subject that I could. I also would like a career where I would use all three of these things, instead of do all these things in college to find a career where one or two of these disciplines are used, but not the third one. I thought of going into biochemistry and biophysics but I don't want to miss the pure chemistry and pure physics that wouldn't be covered. I feel like if I had to let one go though, it would be biochem and biophysics because I would rather have the full spectrum and concentrate things as I go into graduate school and so on, rather than start concentrated. What should I do? Double major in physics and chemistry? Major in one and minor in the other? Is chemistry too simple, because I feel like it would be? Does chemistry have the complicated, elaborate and complex math that I love?