The yoyo community is made up of diverse group of people coming from all walks of life. These different people envelope a wide array of knowledge. Any help from this knowledgeable group is appreciated!
The last year has been a massive learning experience. During high school I did not like science and did the minimum requirements just to get by. During high school I also had the ability to take college credits and obtained my associates of arts degree before graduating high school. To fulfill requirements, I had to take science courses. I took human anatomy and physiology. This class made me enjoy science! After taking classes in the prior field I wanted to be in, personal finance, I decided it wasn’t for me and that science was the way to go. I started into a 4 year college wanting to do optometry or pharmacy (for almost purely monetary reason). As I took my basic science courses, I realized something: I love science! I have seen the beauty that is our natural world through the scientific eye. This passion was a new discovery to me so everything is new and exciting. I enjoy everything I have learned about (through classes or free time learning) whether it be astronomy, cell biology, technology, renewable energy, and so on. Next year however I will be a senior. This puts me in a tough decision of what to do next. I am going to add on a third year (adding a Chem major on top of my bio major) to give me a bit more time, but I still want help looking for direction. I would consider myself a good student NOW. This last year I took 35 science credits in college and squeezed out my first 4.0 ever! I was thinking about cell and molecular biology research/ teaching; however, I highly question whether or not there is something out there that would allow me to use more variety of sciences. If you guys have any ideas, comments, or suggestions they would be deeply appreciated!