I'm about to enter my sophomore year of chemE. I haven't taken any chemical engineering classes yet but am registered for one in the fall. In high school, I found chemistry incredibly interesting, math tolerable, and physics..well I had only read Carl Sagan and Stephen Hawking. Now that I've taken two semesters of chemistry, I've really started not enjoying it. There are lots of rules to memorize (as if we won't forget them in three years time). Also, it seems as if most of what we're learning is potentially fundamentally wrong... I have trouble doing the homework sets just because they bore me. Anyway, I now really enjoy Calculus (I and II) and physics (mechanics..e&m not so much). I've heard a lot of talk that chemE isn't really all THAT much chemistry and is more calculus and physics. How do you all here feel about it? Should I stick with it or switch to an applied math major (or mechanical engineering)?