# Is singularity at the exact centre of a black hole?

I've read that all paths inside the EH lead to singularity. ALL paths. Even the ones pointing away from it, right? Because there's NO pointing away from singularity, since ALL paths point to it.

So how could it be at the exact center? Or am I misunderstanding "center" here?

The singularity lies in the future of all worldlines inside the event horizon. In Schwarzschild coordinates, it lies at $r=0$. Once you've crossed the horizon the radial coordinate $r$ becomes timelike while $t$ becomes spacelike. So trying to avoid the decreasing $r$ is as pointless as trying to stop yourself from growing older.