Hey guys, I'm 16 this year and I've already decided to be an engineer. it's just i don't know what type i want to become. im leaning towards mechanical engineering more because i heard you get to break things apart and assemble them. and it's the most diverse engineering branch. i currently ace my physics, chemistry and english. my biology is pretty much lousy while i usually get Bs for my advanced math (in my country, we can't choose calculus or algebra) it's just advanced math which covers things like trigonometry, algebra, coordinate geometry, functions and much more. i personally love physics, though chemistry doesn't excite me that much. i'm thinking of taking some workshop classes during my holidays, i wanna learn to fix cars. i've gotta start the practical side somewhere right? What do you suggest?