am a little behind in my engineering curriculum but not to worry. right now I am taking Calculus 1 and Physics 1 for engineers, along with two excessively hard CSE courses. I have gotten **** poor grades thus far because well its really hard for me to study all of this in a given day. I just cant do it. As somebody with a very severe learning disability ive come quite a long way. though I am fining it intensely hard to keep up with others, because for me to get material while it takes a normal student 1 hour it takes me 5. doing problems in the back of the book, 2 or 3 of them take me about 2 hrs. Its not that I cant handle the material, because I know I can do it, just with so much at once, it becomes impossible for me and in general all the grades go down. Is it ok just to take 12-14 credits a semester rather than the 16-18 everybody else does. I am asking because I have been contemplating dropping physics, as it currently is less important than calculus. If I did I would then be taking it with Calc 2 and algorithms next semester. any suggestions, would be great.