In H.S. physics, chemistry & maths: I liked everything about the communication unit (lots about waves, refraction and light) I loved the space unit which includes a lot about satellites, space and spacetime which I am also really passionate about (relativity). I love watching crash course astronomy and big history cosmology. In chemistry really liked radiation and studying about atoms, but when things got into too many details and about how materials are produced in, I got really sick of it. I took Mathematics General which does not teach calculus, just real life maths problems. I did really well and never found it interesting nor boring. Just a neutral and easy subject. However, I will be having to do a calculus course before doing any science in university, and so I have been learning a bit more of what I will need to know for calculus and me don't enjoy it. Ironically what I liked most about physics the most is the maths problems, not the information!