Hi everybody, I'm a sophomore in high school who has few plans for the future.
That being said, I do know which subjects I like, and as you may have guessed, I quite enjoy science. I'm enrolled in all honors classes (English, Italian, Chem, Algebra, and World History), and I get decent grades (current overall average is 96.43). Anyway, here's the thing: even though I did very well in biology last year, receiving a 100 on the final exam, this year in chem is the first time I've ever received straight 100's on all my tests. This, along with a prior interest in chemistry, is why I'm now considering some sort of career in chemistry, and I have a couple questions in regards to that:
1. What are a few careers related to chemistry—or more more specifically—biochemistry?
2. How good must one's math skills be to pursue a career in chemistry? My math grades are some of my lower ones (low 90's average in Algebra).