Originally Posted by claireauriga
As American universities don't require you to pick a major right away, unless you'd like to study engineering at a top uni you probably wouldn't need to have experience of chemistry. You could probably catch up in your first year or something? I don't know how the college system works outside of the general liberal arts sort of thing.
When I go to college, I will have 2 years of the General Education stuff. I know that they will offer Chemistry. Then, the next 2 years I can start working on my major.
The only reason that our school doesn't offer the sciences at the same time is because we are so small and only have 1 science teacher. Chemistry and Pshyics are offered when you are a Junior and Senior. I did take Biology when I was a sophomore, AND ABSOLUTLEY LOVED IT!
, but my Junior year I was stupid and didn't take Chemistry, I took a study hall
. My Junior year was pretty much easy.