Any advice on this? Although much is review and I was surviving quite easily for the first few chapters and units, I only took grade 11 physics, so many of the concepts are quite new. The professor just skims through very important and difficult concepts and usually goes off on useless tangents and asking stupid clicker questions. The readings assigned are very difficult to keep up with, as I am teaching most of the concepts to myself and usually find myself reading a page twice or thrice and still managing other classes that are just as difficult. Don't get me wrong, he's a great prof and explains things pretty well in office hours. Unfortunately, he only offers office hours 1 hour during every week and they conflict with one of my classes, so I would have to miss a lecture in order to go to office hours. I feel like I am really going to fail this class, as I didn't do too well on my midterms (managed to salvage a C- even though I could have gotten an A if I used my time more wisely. I understood all the concepts and could have answered all the questions). I know this is university and much self-learning is expected of me, but none of my other classes are like this. The problems take too much time to work through (draw a free-body or motion diagram, list the knowns and unknowns, make inferences such as the vertical component and the horizontal component of a projectile motion problem are only related through the change in time, and finally calculate for all the unknowns). Despite this, I feel that no matter how much problems I work through, they will just give me a problem that I won't even begin to know how to solve on the exam.