Hey gang. I'm going to start college this fall. My major's Bio but I want to take up a minor in engineering as my fall back plan for med school. Is it easy to get a job with just 4 year of college with engineering?? I hear it's a really tough field, can I handle the challenge of pre-med classes on top of engineering?? I like electronics and it's really cool. Even if engineering is too tough what about computer programming?? can you get a job with that?? Second, I have the desire to just say "f it" to everything and everyone and just read books and study. It's what I "want" to do. I like to learn but I don't like the school system. It's all competiton based and no learning actually takes place. But I lack motivation and will power. The desire is there but just lacking motivation. Ne suggestions??? How do you break the shackles of lazyness and devote all your time to studying?? Before I registered, I read some post from a forumer who goes by the name Mathboy, man, that guy's the man . I'm hoping to get a really good reading speed and build a solid foundation of Algebra and Geomtry and Trig 'cause those are the concepts to most maths. The majority of the math's build on them. I don't think I'm a naturally smart kid, I"m the type that gotta study (I could be wrong). but math and science are not my best fields. And to become a doc, they are crucial. Help??