I am a student at the Toledo Technology Academy in Toledo, Ohio (USA). At my high school they specialize in teaching engineering, specifically mechanical and manufacturing mostly. I am trying to figure out what field of engineering I should go into but I cant decide. My school basically breaks our class into a smart and dumb class for math and Science. I am in the smart class but I have to admit I am in the middle to lower range of the class. Physics I am getting slowly and Pre-calculus seems to be making my head want to explode (Trigonometric Identities I don't think I will ever understand you). I have recently been very doubtful of my abilities to understand the science and math needed to become an engineer. Despite my doubts I have been accepted into Kettering University (also know as GMI) and it is one of the best engineering schools in the country (3# in mechanical and 1# in industrial engineering for undergraduate schools in the nation). So my questions is how were all of you in math and science during high school? Also I still need to figure out what major I want, I have it down to 3 different options 1.) Mechanical Engineering, I am not the most mechanically inclined and working on mills and lathes in an industrial plant is exactly for me, although this is what I have been learning for the past few years and have some experience in it. 2.) getting duel degree in electrical engineering and computer engineering, I love to play around with computer hardware yet im not the biggest fan of software, and I hear that electrical engineering is heavily math based. Also I often hear that computer engineers seem to lose their value over years as employers are afraid that they are not up to date with the newest technology. 3.) Industrial engineering, improving the efficiency of systems does sound interesting and I hear that industrial engineering is less involved in math but I have to admit that I dont fully understand what is all involved in this field. I'm sorry about the long Post but I have really bean doing some stressing over these subjects and although I know none of you can say which one is the best for me, I think some help from insiders in the engineering industry can be very helpful.