My passion is constantly learning new things about Chemistry, and science in general. I wanted to be a chemical engineer and a chemist when I was in grade 9 but now that I'm in grade 11 and researching about the career as a chemist-- I realize there aren't many job offers, and the pay is low ($16 for stressful lab work,etc) for 4-5 years in grad school, which means I'm somewhat wasting my money and my time. Additionally, after watching Chemical engineering Youtube videos, I like what they do. They get to take a raw material and make it into a product or improve it! However, I'm afraid to apply to any chemical engineering program here in Toronto. I am also a weakling in math and physics. I attend a non-semestered school and currently have a 75% in MCR3U. I have a 90% in Physics due to unit works, but surely my average will dramatically decrease when it comes to my final exams because for my first unit test I got a 60 </3. It was about Motions. Anyway, I really want to do well in math and physics, and this year my TA (teacher adviser) has sacrificed his floor times (free time that he is not on the floor) for me to ask him Math question. In addition, I have a grade 12 tutor who tutors me during lunch school hours every Tuesday and Thursdays. I'm also planning to get a tutor outside of school for calculus & adv. function next year. Any advice? Studying, test-taking and exam tips? Thank you for reading and answering my question!