Well I had no idea where to post this as there isn't a section for "becoming a physicist", so I decided to stick it in here. In a nutshell, I have known that I want to be a theoretical physicist since I was about 6. Over the years I have read dozens of books covering several different aspects of the feild and have become familiar with many of the concepts (relativity, superposition, the uncertainty principle etc.). However, now that I am in my last year of high school I've begun to pull my head out of the clouds and have relised that....well....math is not my best subject. I can understand the most complicated concepts explained in english and formulate my own ideas in the same way, but my math skills are just plain average. I certainly harbour the love for physics and curiosity about the world that any physicist needs, but is it enough? I guess what im trying to ask is: Am I going to crash and burn at a university level, or will I be able to pull through using the right side of my brain and trying to take the math in stride?