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Clueless High Schooler

jackson13jackson13 Registered User Posts: 11 New Member
I am a junior in high school and struggling to decide what I would like to major in and pursue a career in. Math is my favorite and best class. I also enjoy physics a lot but ap physics 2 is kicking my butt, hardest class i've ever taken. As far as majors go ive thought about accounting (cpa/masters) my dad is a cpa so I would have help from him in that field for both school and jobs after college. Both statistics and actuary science sound interesting. The only engineering paths that appeal to me are civil and mechanical. Civil sounds very interesting. I guess my question is any sort of advice or direction. Thanks!

Replies to: Clueless High Schooler

  • prof2dadprof2dad Registered User Posts: 694 Member
    Whenever possible, take an intro course in those fields (or just sit in with permission of the instructor) that may interest you and see how much you like it.
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