Hello everyone, I am new here and have been digging through the forums to see if my problem has been discussed before, but couldn't really find the answers I was looking for. I am a community college student transferring to university this fall, majoring in physics. However I have had this dilemma recently about whether or not I should keep physics or possibly switch over to chem. I have taken classical mechanics and honestly thought it was useful but boring at times. I took this over the last summer and then took 3rd semester physics in the fall(which is QM,electromagnetic waves, etc.) I found the material to be very Interesting, but my professor was terrible. Long story short I had a major dispute with him and ended up failing the course, making me hate physics for a while. At the same time I was taking gen chem and really enjoyed it, I especially loved the quantum chemistry section that involved calculations with wavelength and quantum numbers. This scenario had me contemplating a major in chemistry instead. So I was about to switch over to chem. In the spring I took 2nd semester chem and enjoyed most of it, however I really did not like the chapters that involved equilibrium and organic chemistry. So this made me question my major once again. I am currenty doing research in a lab over the summer doing organic chemistry/biochem and am enjoying it, but feel like its not for me, I find the lack of equations to be quite unsettling. What I really enjoyed in my chemistry courses was doing calculations, but not so much of the lab work(although some of it was pretty cool). I already know that I will not enjoy organic chemistry and bio chem, however I am excited for P-chem. Given this information, I am not sure which route to take. I ultimately want to go to grad school and do research, however I find chem research not as interesting as physics research. Writing this, It does seem like I am leaning more toward the physics side, but I just want to hear from the community and what you guys think. If I decide to keep physics, would a minor in chem benefit me in the long run, or should I consider doing a minor in CS? any input would be greatly appreciated.