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I am going to be attending a liberal arts college next year and always thought I'd be majoring in some sort of social science degree. The lest semester of my senior year, however, I took Honors Physics and enjoyed it much more than I thought I would. I did moderately well although there was no calculus involved and this is what I am worried about.
Math has always been my least favorite subject. I find it stressful and the class I have to work the hardest at, although I generally do alright. My main issue is Algebra, and then whatever mathematics stems from that. I enjoyed the mathematics in my physics class because it was more problem-solving and applied.
So, my question is would it be smart to stick with social sciences instead? I want to try it because it interests me more than any other subject but I am scared because of the calculus involved. At my college I believe only Calc I, Calc II, and some mathematical methods for sciences class are required.