Choosing Major?

<p>I'm a junior in high school so I realize i have time to choose my major before going into college but I have a couple questions. I'm interesting in multiple things science related, my favorites are: physics, computer science, and evolutionary biology. Now if this remains the same by the time I enroll for college what do I do? I don't want to fall behind in any sequence for a major (because most if not all require you to start freshman year). So is it physically possible to take introductory courses to 3 different majors as a freshman? Would it be way to difficult? And another question. If it is possible to take intros to each major, how many of then seem realistic? Just confused on how that process works because I'd imagine not everyone knows exactly what they want to do when they start but nobody wants to fall behind when they finally choose the major...</p>

<p>In you’re first year, you could take some intro to computer science, physics, biology, and likely calculus (since that’ll probably be required by all of those majors). Physics will likely be required if you major in biology, anyway, so you could take it early to see if you’re interested in it as a major. If you don’t think any of those majors are for you, then you don’t have to complete the introductory sequences, and you can pick on as your major. Doesn’t seem unreasonable to me.</p>