What type of "thinker" are you? Hey. I'm studying Chemical Engineering (1st year), and I noticed that I'm much better at stuff like programming (but I rarely find the perfect algorithm when solving practice-problems.. this annoys me), calculus and logical thinking than geometry (I'm bad at geometry despite wanting to learn) or philosophy (extremely boring and makes little sense). So I've had a moment of introspection, and I started to wonder what kind of "thinker" I am, if such a thing exist, and what kind of "thinking" is needed in different fields. Does one generally need to think intuitively for chemistry, and analytically for physics? Is Geometry more about spatial thinking, while calculus' about slugging through problems using logic? --------- If TL,DR: What are your strengths, and which type of thinking do you think match with various scientific fields?