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Long story short I f*&%* hate my Accounting classes right now. I am in Intermediate I and Cost Accounting this semester and I think its fair to say I am struggling in both, especially in Cost Accounting which I just flat out don't find interesting. I bombed the first midterm in Cost and I am at that point where I am really starting to think Accounting is not for me. I have always planned on going to law school and I feel like I have screwed my chances of getting into a top law school due to the horrible grades I am going to pull in these classes. I want an honest opinion from other Accounting majors...does it ever get compelling and interesting? I am going to school on the Army's dime so I really have nothing to lose if I go into a more interesting and rewarding field. The major is not turning out to be what I thought and I feel lost about what I should switch into, etc. to improve my grades for law school while still getting an undergrad business degree. Should I just suck it up ?