Chemistry and physics were my biggest in highschool, though I've ended up going to college for computer networking and am now working at a help desk. I've never really had trouble with math until after I stopped going to school over 6 years ago.
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I think that the data given from this could be somewhat missleding. This is because people that are into computers, engineering and physics are more likely to hang out on internet forum. Also NFs that are not too interested in science are more like not to post in this thread in the first place.
Yea I'm definitely not a science person. Out of biology, chemistry, and physics, biology seemed the most interesting to me but I was still bad at it. I didn't even take a physics class. I have a huge appreciation for science, but I'm just no good at it. But I'm definitely drawn to social sciences, humanities, and arts. Sigh.
So social sciences don't count? That's where I'm taking my career
I really didn't like chemistry or physics at school, but I absolutely loved biology. I considered studying it further, or studying plant biology, but I'm not sure why I didn't. I still sometimes think about doing a evening class in biology or something because it really fascinates me.
NFs are obviously common in the social sciences, and NTs almost totally dominate the physical sciences, but NFs do not seem to be uncommon in the life sciences, and I myself am a biology major. I find physics interesting but it's too much math. I find chemistry generally boring except for biochemistry. But Biology I have always loved since I was a kid.
Any other NFs here who are into sciency stuff?
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Ecology and zoology dazzle me.
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