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What is the hardest science major? in terms of requiring raw intellects.
I am a bioE major at UCSD and all the classes that I have taken so far have been pretty easy.
Higher level math? I think certains fields in mathematics do require a very high level of intuitive understanding, but a lot the higher level math stuff is so out there, I hardly see how that's ever gonna be useful outside of an academic setting. And there are also a lot of dumbasses majoring in math, like econ majors, so I don't want to associate myself with those.
Physics? prob not, it seems physics is just watered down applied math.
Chemistry? maybe quantum chemistry, it requires a very high level of physics and mathematics to be able to crunch that stuff.
bio? hhaaha, what a joke. pseudo science.
medicine? not challenging intellectually, but it is challenging in terms of practicality. it is really gross though.
Engineering stuff? like fluid dynamics? I am not sure, I haven't taken any advanced fluids classes. but stuff like stress strain, that stuff is easy, and boring too.
I heard chemical engineering was the most rigorous undergrad major, any ideas why? is that even true?
What about liberal arts majors? anything that's not a joke? maybe philo? or poli sci?
econ is a joke, but i think the really really advanced areas are pretty challenging, but there are so many dumbasses majoring in econ, so basically no.