Find an aptitude test to determine where your natural talents are. In the "old days" (1960s) everyone took an aptitude test in the 9th grade, and I remember mine well. I got 98th percentile in mechanical aptitude and 3 dimensional visualization but only 45 percentile in math. When I told my counselor I wanted to be an engineer, she very patently explained that I was weak in math and should consider something else. When we looked at my test, we saw that I had run out of time and only completed half of the test, but that I the questions I answered were almost all correct. So I was slow and methodical in math, not a bad trait for an engineer. I went ahead, graduated from UCLA with a BSME degree and had a very successful and rewarding career as an aerospace mechanical engineer. So the moral of the story is, you can overcome the math handicap. The important thing is to be interested in engineering. If you don't like engineering, it's best to find something else. The aptitude test will help. There are some on line or you can get one at your local public library for free.