I've seen this so many times and it's a terrible thing to deal with. Put yourself before what your parents want. I'm glad you're choosing to look at other options.
I was a science student, and in my first year became good friends with a girl who absolutely hated it. Her parents were pushing hard for her to be a doctor and all her good friends were straight A students in our program. Ultimately, after two years, she switched to a computer science/web design program. She loved it and is now incredibly successful and happy. But it required putting herself first.
Sorry I was really defensive there. I'm pretty stressed right now.
The midterm was unfortunately worth 40% so it will definitely bring down my average and stop the 'upward trend' I'm trying to achieve. I struggled with personal problems in my first few years of uni and have a bunch of Ws on my transcript and low grades from that time, hence the very bad cGPA. That's what concerns me about adding another at the end of my transcript. But I think a low grade might be even worse. I did research on this forum and found a guy who dropped a course first semester but overloaded the next. Stuck between a rock and a hard place at the moment.
I know an incredibly successful lawyer who has a degree in musical theory. He played the piano at some ridiculous level during undergrad.
Others here have Theatre majors, English majors, Women’s Studies majors, Forestry Management majors, Geography majors, Anthropology majors, French majors, History majors.... and all of them got into law school. Sciences might be your interest and/or comfort zone, but there is no magic degree to be competitive. Keep that in mind.