So I'm a senior in high school and so far I've had pretty average grades. Taken Algebra 1, Geometry, Honors Algebra 2/Trigonometry, Precalculus, AP Calculus AB and gotten mostly B's with some A's and some C's. I'm not proud of my grades, but I just wasn't able to grasp the concept too well. Ive also taken Honors Biology, Honors Chemistry, Honors Physics, Anatomy, and AP Biology. I like calculus a lot, but I'm not doing that well this year. I have a low B, so I'm going to end up getting a B this semester. I've stopped putting in effort, due to a severe case of senioritis and I'm starting to get a huge reality check now. I am interested in the concept of engineering. I would love to be able to create tangible items, and help build the future of technology. I am most interested in industrial and Computer Engineering. I am scared about the work and math/science. I'm not a very technically minded person but I really like the idea so I was going to major in finance and minor in electrical engineering. Is this a better idea? Do you think I'd have more success? My ultimate goal would be to create items and sell them and open up my own business and work as an entrepreneur. Really interested in both business and engineering and I love working with people. I have a list of ideas and I primarily just want to go into engineering to get a good basis for problem solving and for mostly just being able to create my products. I'm also really, really interested in neurology and I'd love to go intothat field later on in my life and do research. What do you think I should do? Engineering or finance with a minor in Comp sci and engineering?