If I were you I would allow your self some time before deciding your unsuitable for the course. Architecture has a way of creeping into your blood without you realising it. I also attend Bolton Street at the moment and it wasn't until a year and a half of studying the subject that it occurred to me that I really loved it. In fact it was only at my parents insistence that I applied at all. The above mentioned college hardly inspires enthusiasm and your lecturers in second year presently are less than impressive but try to bear in mind that architecture is a vocation. Its not what you do its what you are. You either are an architect or not.
However if after you have done a few years and the mania still hasn't kicked in, content yourself with the fact that ,if nothing else, architecture is a very good design degree and many qualified architects end up in the most unusual professions-from politian to artist. It teaches you design appreciation,inititive,judgement, lateral thinking etc,etc-in fact it is one of the few courses available which broadens your field of knowledge rather than specialising into obscurity.
[This message has been edited by doozer (edited 12 November 2001).]