I'm doing a pre college science course at the moment and my plan is to study chemistry in college because I'm fascinated by neurochemistry and neuroscience and I wanna be a neuroscientist in the future. To be honest though chemistry isn't my favorite subject by a longshot and sometimes I find it really stressful and boring because its packed full of abstract concepts. My favorite subject is actually physics and I'm pretty good at it because I can visualize every concept and I just plain love learning it. I'm sure a lot of people here have made similar decisions. Can anyone here share their experience with this kinda decision. Also if I do take chemistry is it set in stone then? Is there no chance of me ever studying physics in college unless I transfer? There are a lot of different scientific fields I like and it really pisses me off the way we're forced narrow it down to just one area when we all know how these fields interlink with each other so knowing one will be a huge asset when studying the other. To be honest if I could I'd be studying organic chemistry, biochemistry, electrical engineering, general physics, genetics, computer science and probably more. I'm a natural born scientist i don't wanna limit myself to just 1 field. But I suppose this is the way things go so I'm gonna have to go with one of them. Anyway back to the question at hand. Should I study what'll bring me to my endgoal or should I study what I like best?