I am within a year of the time that I shall apply to a university and decide upon a path for the rest of my life. I love pure mathematics, but I am slightly turned off of applied mathematics (i.e. physics), although the latter might only be because the physics we are doing now is a bit dry. If I could, I would go into pure mathematics as my math teacher suggested, however, I must consider things other than my interests, like my talents. I am good at math, but I am not a mathematical genius and thus I am looking for a field in which I can both satisfy my love of mathematics and still be capable of suceeding. Engineering seems to fit these criteria, however, I have heard things about engineering that suggests those who go into it dont really appreciate mathematics, and only see it as a tool. Would I, someone that enjoys pure mathematics, enjoy engineering? What is the most mathematical type of engineering?