Long story short, I got a D (67%-69%) in trigonometry and a C (don't recall the percentage) in college algebra. It wasn't that taking both courses simultaneously was difficult, but that I had a drastic schedule change toward the end of the semester that actually made my first time in college unmanageable with as many units as I had. Prior to that change, I was actually doing fairly well in both math classes, and it looked promising that I'd get through them just fine. Regardless, none of that changes the fact that I, in the end, did poorly in both courses. What do you guys think? Should I just give up on engineering and look for something else? It might seem a bit extreme to blatantly ask, but these are especially basic math courses that I feel I should be able to do well in, but clearly did not.