Hi everyone I really like all of science but my two favorite sciences so far are physics and biology. I've always thought it odd that I like these two sciences but don't like chemistry as much. When I was first taking chemistry I found it boring, especially organic chemistry. But after a few months of it I learned to appreciate it more and chemistry in general. What made it change is that I started viewing chemistry as the study of substances and materials. Suddenly it became a more interesting science to me because everything around us is made of substances and materials. I became curious what things were made of and what properties that material had. I also liked learning about the chemistry of rocks and minerals and how different crystals were made. That said I still enjoy physics and biology more but I learned to appreciate chemistry more. I'm wondering if anyone is in the same spot as me? Did you find yourself like physics and biology more but oddly not interested in the more central science?