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**Questions about ChemE??**

I have questions regarding Chemical Engineering, which I am considering as a major at UC San Diego.

I am good at math but I did not particularly enjoyed my math classes in high school. Probably because I didn't study a lot.

I think science is fascinating, and chemical engineers can become involved in lots of science fields such as materials/chemical science, technology and computers, the petroleum industry, and even drug and biological research.

I took AP Calculus AB and it didn't kill me. It was differential equations but not to the extent of a full year of college calculus. I pulled of an A in class and a 5 on the test but I didn't enjoy it.

Do chemical engineers use more math than science?

And when people say "SO MUCH MATH!," what level of math and what kinds of math?

Thanks for any advice regarding Chemical engineering.