Hi all. I'm currently a high school senior who has been accepted to Virginia Tech's college of engineering. I originally applied here because I was interested in computer science. Computer science for some reason is under their college of engineering. I also feel like its a good STEM school. This is something I have some interest in. Their college of engineering also has several other programs however. Computer engineering, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, etc. I'd like to explore these more my freshman year of college and see if any of them suit me. I feel like Virginia Tech is very strong in engineering (not so strong in other fields) and it would be a waste to not explore these other areas along with computer science. I am okay at math. I would not consider myself a genius by any means. I currently take Calculus AB in high school and I'm doing just fine. I do not "love" doing math problems, but I understand that high level math is required in pretty much any STEM job. It is a necessary evil that I will learn to live with. I like science and I'm okay at science. I like learning about the body and chemistry. Chemistry is something everyone at my school abhors. I'm not doing as well as I want in my chemistry class (neither is 90% of my class) but I like it. I was actually considering a career in medicine (pre med or pre optometry) along with engineering or computer science. One thing I hate is art. I absolutely HATE drawing and I'm horrible at it. I'm also not sure if I like designing things because of my hate for drawing. If you asked me to build a small car for physics I would probably youtube another design and mimic that one. I can't just come up with something out of nothing. I'm not particularly interested in designing, drawing, and building things at the moment which concerns me. I feel like this is what most engineering specialties are about. As you can tell, I'm a very lost high school senior at the moment. I've been accepted to a decent engineering school, but I'm not sure if I would make a good engineer. Lots of adults have told me that there's no way I should have everything figured out right now, I'm way too young. My own doctor told me he switched from business to engineering to something else before finally going pre med. I would like your insight on this. Would engineering be a good fit for me? How do I found out if it is?