before you read this , I'm 16 years old and I'm currently doing physics as one of my subjects at school. The title pretty much says it all. I'm wondering if I still have a chance in physics, after reflecting upon my performance from todays test (first physics test) which I'm pretty sure I got a horrible percentage in, like around 20-40% ( yeah that bad, I definitely failed). I have started to contemplate my pursuit of continuing physics after school, as I want to be either a physicist or mathematician. I know this sounds ridiculous to think that I would do physics, considering that I didn't go well in the test. However, I still have a great interest in physics, the subject fascinates me, as I find it amazing that it manages to represent physical phenomena's in a mathematical representations. Additionally I am interested in the topics still being studied today by physicists, like worm holes, black holes, time relativity. etc.. However, to be honest my commitment to physics,( actually this is for every subject ) in terms of how much time I spend studying it and doing my homework can be argued as zero, by zero I mean I hardly ever do it. My ability in maths is quite good, I find myself understanding everything that comes along in terms of the rules and formulas but I don't practice it often which makes me lose time in tests as I have to figure out the way to do the questions on the spot. For physics, I find that I am able to understand most of the concepts that's being taught, however the most trouble I have is knowing all the formulas for each type of question and being able to detect which formula I should use that will work for the question.So what do you guys think, and thank you for reading the whole thing, and I really appreciate your thoughts.