So I'm an undergraduate student in Chemistry in my junior year and I recently transferred schools for a better science program. The one I was at was very, well, easy. Like toddler easy. I never went to class and I aced everything. Here, they're far ahead and it's much more rigorous. I was hoping someone in the field would be able to tell me if I'm not good at organic chemistry, and I don't mean just that I find it hard, I mean I really don't friggin get it. I just can't seem to wrap my head around spatial relationships and concepts that aren't represented using mathematics. My interest is in computational chemistry as I'm very interested in quantum mechanics and it's mechanisms in chemical reactivity. If I'm strong in mathematics and physical chemistry, will that be enough to compensate my complete inability to do good in organic?