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Hi all! Before getting into the main point of the topic, I'd like to discuss about myself a bit (no, I'm not egocentric or anything, I believe it's relevant(sp?) to my inquiry.). My MBTI type is ENFP, for those of you who are familiar with that assessment. It's a Jungian Psychology test and it's actually fairly respectable and pretty accurate...it's like 95% accurate in describing me. I am currently an Engineering major but I absolutely HATE it. Well, hate is a strong word I guess but....I can not imagine myself doing this for the rest of my life. However, Psychology and Biology are both areas I've always been interested in and subjects I excel at....is it wiser to pursue a double major in both, or should I just stick to one. I want a career hopefully where I get to work with people (something medically based...not necessarily physician, but definitely something in medicine)...so...I guess my question is is a Biology/Psychology double-major worth it? I've looked at the requirements and stuff and with some of the overlap they have, I could feasibly complete the degree in four years, plus I'd be taking classes in the areas I like. Any comments, or have I pretty much just answered my own question?