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Okay so I am currently going to a community college and will be transferring next fall. I can't decide what to major in! I have way to many interests and can't decide which one I want to focus on.
The majors I am considering are:
Graphic Design, Fine Art, Theatre, English, Psychology, Biology, Communications, Film.
Wow! That is a lot of majors. People tell me, oh well just choose the one you are most interested in, but truthfully I am equally interested in them all.
Here is a little background on myself: I've always been interested in both art, science, and writing. I have always been fascinated by science. However, I think I have always struggled with math. (I just finished Precalculus last spring at college with a B.) I have kind of ruled out science majors because of the math, but I still enjoy science topics. I took Chemistry in high school and got a B too but I feel like I am not good enough to handle the college courses. Anyways, in high school, I excelled at English (especially creative writing) and Graphic Design courses. I always got A's in these courses. However, I feel like I wouldn't get a practical job with English and Graphic Design is extremely competitive. I also took Psychology in high school and enjoyed the topics, but I had a hard time memorizing people's names and theories. I enjoy fine art and drawing, but never took any art classes in high school. It has just been a hobby of mine. As for theatre, I have taken a few acting classes but never done any plays. I really enjoyed my acting classes though.
I just feel so lost and don't know what to do anymore. Is there any method you used to rule out certain majors? Any advice?