Although I am a math/stat major, I find math very challenging. It's very discouraging when chemistry or biology majors breeze through their first-year bio/chem classes and I'm struggling in first-year calculus. Although I did okay in Calc I and half of Calc II, I have to put in a significant amount of effort and time to get the same grade as someone who appears to just "get it". I don't think my test anxiety helps either... I fear that I will be overwhelmed when I start to take two or more math/stat classes and my grades will suffer, especially when I start to take those upper division proof-based math classes that everyone talks about. Is this just what being a math major is like, or do you have any suggestions for someone like me? I love everything about math. I find it fascinating. I love problem solving, and really appreciate the beauty of math on paper. However, I find it very challenging. Am I not fit for math? Please be brutally honest as I do not want to realize that I cannot continue with math when it's too late. Thank you.