I did horrible in my first 2 tests in physics (electric and magnetism). But when I read the book, I understand everything that it is saying. I understand the derivations, the explanations and the theories. I also did good on the homework that the proffesor gave us. But when it came to the tests, I get really nervous and I ended up doing a 20 on my first test and a 35 on my second test. Now it is unlikely that I can pass the class with a C. I have an A on the lab and I understand everything that we are doing (a little hard time setting up the circuits), but I understand the physical stuff that occurs on circuits. I have an A in differential equations and statics, but I feel awful that I failed both tests so badly. Most in my class are failing the tests, but some don't go below a 50. Did you ever failed a physics class? What would you reccomend me to be better in physics, if I already understand what the book is saying. I like physics, and i was planning in taking a modern physics class, but I don't feel like doing that anymore.