Hi, I am a freshman in college who has considered becoming a math major but since has strong reconsidered it and will probably move further into the sciences such as physics or chemistry. But nonetheless I wish to learn about upper-level maths even if my major does not require it. Another reason why I've also reconsidered being a maths major is because I'm not very good at it and so I'm not sure I'll do well in the graduate courses either. But I think I may be able to keep up with the basic Calculus/Linear Algebra/Differential Equations/ODE/PDE/Complex Analysis/Abstract Algebra/Fourier Series required to do well in my physics-based courses (hopefully). I put way too much effort into studying maths (10-12 hours every day) to give up on it just because I have trouble with the simplest Algebra, so I will keep studying and trying to understand mathematics!