I just started my sophomore year at a HYPSM school and am currently working on a degree in political science. I'm making good progress and can now pick up a second major. However, I don't have much of an idea of what I want to do in life, but making good money is an important consideration, and I'll probably try to attend b-school at some point (maybe will try to go for consulting out of undergrad).
I could major in econ, but my GPA would probably be around 3.2-3.4, and on top of that I hate math and would have to force myself to be interested, although for me it would be the most engaging and accessible "mathy" degree. On the other hand, I could take history as my second major, and given my passionate interest in it, would probably graduate with a 3.7-3.9, with extra time to do on-campus research and maybe would rack up some honors in the process, however I'd have two fairly redundant degrees. If I did H/PS, I'd supplement it with something like the Dartmouth Bridge program and take a few basic classes on accounting and economics.
So whats the call? Am I screwed for(for example) if I take history/political science? Or is it worth it to grind through economics/political science?