I've always been the "Doesn't study but does well" type. Not only have I been informed of this being basically impossible in college, but I've also learned that my major, (Computer Engineering) is quite a bit of work. This I do not mind. I enjoy the work. What I worry about, is being able to understand the material. I've been told that it can be quite complicated. I need a B or higher in most of my courses to keep my computer engineering major. I am currently enrolled in Computer Science 202(I think it's 202, it's basically a programming class for those with prior programming experience.) Physics 1, Calc 1, and intro to ENGR. Later on of course I'm dealing with other classes such as circuit theory, diff eq and the sort. I've always been average/above average at math but this stuff seems a bit intimidating. Not to mention how every time I say what I'm majoring in, others act like it's impossible. Not for me, simply in general. I'm quite scared to start college now. I always had the optimistic view of "So long as I study and dedicate time, I'll do fine" but drop out rates and others opinions are really making me worry I'm not intelligent enough for this.