Yes i do plan pursue a degree in in science. My father is an electrical engineer and i was wanting to go into some form engineering, but in reality I'm just not smart enough. I have always been considered the "super smart" kid at every school I've been too and always done well in scholastic/U.I.L competitions. I placed first every time i entered the science competition with no effort at all(this was quite a long time ago at the middle school level though, i moved around too much/was too lazy to ever enter at the high school level), but sadly that high level math is beyond me. I do not have an aptitude for mathematics, but I could learn it but it would take a hell of allot of effort. I would need to reteach myself from scratch most of the stuff from algebra up so that i actually understand it instead of just going through the motions.
I really regret slacking in school now that college is looming in the near future. I've looked at a computer related field, but after quite a bit of research everything outside of software engineering has a pretty bleak future. The plan right now is some form of biology as I've always loved animals(in the creak catching snakes, lizards, catching catfish fry raising as studying them for anything i could to improve fishing knowledge(private lake, and i never learned much i didn't already know)). I am hoping in the near future a "green boom" and more attention given to the environment biologists will be in demand. Though that is based off no research what so ever.
Me currently no not yet but I find delight within logic and finding creative ways to use logic, String theory is an exciting prospect with many parameters which we will not see as of yet, because we are still describing the universe within the constraints of 3 dimensional space and time. Membranes and strings. I also adore any other physics such as quantum mechanics,Chaos theory, and a multitude of others. Merging of technology and biology is so wonderful, MRI's, CT,PET,EEG ,ECG I basically love anything that moves has complexity or difficult comprehension behind it. Simplely said I am going to become a professional student, I am 16 also. I just love knowledge and creating self advancement on my own mind and body, I utilise the most effective research within science, to improve my brain.
So basically I will just get degrees all my life.
I quote Einsteins statement: "I want to know the mind of god, everything else is just details"
I'll be heading off to college this fall to study computer science. (Is the name capitalized or not?)
I've been doing programming since age 12, so it's the perfect field for me! If someone asks me what it's like I just tell them it's similar to math--and it really is, except your variables can have non-numeric values and there is a lot of logic involved.