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I'm a college student and I find myself clicking with math easier than I do with biology and organic chemistry classes. Basically I am thinking to go to dental school, but at the same time I am thinking about other options because I would consider myself a C student in bios and organic chemistry. I am thinking if I went the more mathematical route and avoided the sciences completely what kind of job can I obtain with a degree in the mathmatics/engineering department? I like interaction with people and I fear this will hinder me from pursing any sort of mathematical/engineering degree. I have not taken physics yet, so it is hard for me to see how I will proceed being an engineering major. Sorry for the long post, helpful advice will be very much appreciated.