I always waste so much time analyzing these majors but its hard to choose so I decided to do all 3. I want to end up in ChE for personal interest but I might change my mind if anything more interesting comes up in physics but I look at the common core classes of physics and their descriptions are less interesting than the ChE core courses. I want physics to get a better understanding of it to apply it to ChE. I found that I only understand things at higher level courses. I don't follow the vauge detailless intro books. I might even take advanced calculus and/or topology because the elementary/intermediate calculus books don't detail enough. I like to paint a perfect picture with many details. I don't like leaving things to chance. I like to know that I know what's going on. I'm satisfied with chemistry right now. The chemistry books detail way more than needed to solve those basic problems but if you believe a better understanding of chemistry beyond elementary general chemistry and elementary Organic chemistry will be worth the time then let me know. I want philosophy to improve my thinking skills but I will most likely just crash those courses since they have no lab. Any people with a ChE BS that took extra physics classes or independently studied more physics? Did it help you significantly or could you live without it? Oh. And I'm going straight for ChE PhD right after the ChE BS. I just want to go in well prepared. If something is worth the time then I want to do it. Is it normal that these elementary books with little details have caused me to feel clueless? Yes, I overanalyze. I still don't understand some of the math but the teachers tell me not to worry about it. It seems like they are more concerned with me just getting the right answer. I don't like that. I like understanding the logic and being precise. Do I really only need the right answer for the math in ChE? Lol. Like I said I do like to paint a perfect picture. So just answer as many questions as possible but if you only want to answer one question then at least answer the most important ones.