What about philosophy or political science? Which one might be better, huh? I tried history but the
two types of thinking were too much for me. Theology should be the same... I was the best in school
at social subjects, because of my big knowledge. But history at university is much different! Hope you
can help me!
My guess would be that if you didn't do well at history, you wouldn't do well at political science... but
that's just a guess. If you like the kind of thinking you do in pure math, I'd recommend either
philosophy with an emphasis on logic, or, if you want to do something related to social systems, you
might try economics. There's lots of math in economics. The other thing that occurs to me is some
social science with lots of statistics: theories of measurement, testing, that sort of thing. You can
move from pure math to applied, with statistics, pretty easily. Best of luck.