I just found this site and thought I might be able to get some advice here. I apologize if there isn't much of a question here, I've just had this on my mind for a while and want some kind of input. I'm currently attending NSCC to get my math 12, physics 12, and english 12 credits. I had some issues in high school and didn't graduate. I'd like to go to university, but I'm having a hard time deciding. I've never really had trouble in any math or science classes, but I've always attributed that to attending bad schools. I think I'd like to go into something related to math or physics. I was considering straight Physics, Engineering Physics, or Aerospace Engineering. To do either of the engineering fields, I would have to move across Canada, and that makes me nervous because I'm worried about not liking the courses, or not being able to do them when I got there. After I'm finished with my current schooling I would still require pre-calc to get into anything though. I'm sure there are other things I could look into, but I don't really know where I'd like to end up after I'm done with it all. Friends and family haven't been any use, nor has the schools career councilor. I'm just looking for maybe some other possibilities, or information that might help me decide.