Sorry for asking this again, but I recently failed a programming course and I realized that I suck at programming. But if I suck at programming, does that mean that I suck in the sciences like physics ...
Look at that old misery, the Aptitude Test. SAT and PSAT don't go far enough IMHO. It will give you SOME guidance but your best guide is your own intuition.
When I entered Dartmouth, everyone told me I needed to be a statistician. That meant going to work for an insurance company actuarial department.
(pass the airline sickness bag).
I wanted to get outside more often so I opted for Mechanical Engineering. I believe I made the correct choice, regardless that mother demanded that I go into medicine, specializing in diseases of wealthy hypochondriacs.