So i have some eventually good news.I contacted the science university and they will be accepting extra people in the end of august,without an exam.I have very good grades from HS so i will be able to apply to basically any natural science available . I don't care much about biology,my main choices i think could be geology or physics .When i was a kid i was obsessed with geology ,i was collecting rocks and gemstones and i was actually looking for them in the fields and taking them home and polishing them and all the good stuff.I probably have 50 kg's of raw material in the basement back home.Physics(especially astrophysics) is the other field that i was very interested as a kid , i was reading a lot of Carl Sagan and other popular scientists.
The thing is that if i want to go for a science career from what i've heard i would need at least Masters,probably PHD , so that's at least 7 years in university ? if i go for that path i MUST leave my country after finishing bachelor and go for masters in another country.( i have relatives in Sweden and there is university in the city which offers courses in English + it's free ,so it's not that bad)
The thing that worries me.If i decide to go the path of a research scientist (which is probably the nicest type of scientist to be) i've heard that the competition is extremely harsh and you need to be very gifted.So this basically means that you need to have god level math skills,which i don't have, as i've mentioned before.I probably could get my math to decent level with enough practice ,but i don't know if this is going to be enough.