Hi everyone. Ok. I need advice. I am a junior in college and my major is Psych. I've always been interested in psych until recently. Aside from an unexplained decrease in interest, I also realized that there's not much you can do without a doctorate and even then, you don't make the money that you would expect for all the years of training and money spent for it. I figure if I'm going to be in debt, I need to know that I'll be able to pay the loans off! Aside from that, I have been increasingly interested in optometry. It seems like a great career and something that I could possibly see myself doing. However, I am not the best at math. It scares me a little. I know that calculus is a required course, along with physics, and chemistry. I think I could possibly handle the physics and chem, but I am terrified of calculus.......is it something that I should face and believe I can pass if I really study or should I question this knowing how I currently am at math? Is there anyone else here that isn't great at math but got through it for the sake of being an optometrists or do you genuinely have to love math and be naturally gifted at it? Sorry this is a novel, but thanks to any replies in advance!!