Sorry for long post, but please bear with me. I have always wanted to enter a STEM field with original intentions being computer programming. In high school I gathered a lot of interest in science and particulary physics. I aced my high school physics courses as well as my local community college while still in high school. My problem is this past spring I failed physics 2 ending up with a D+. I struggled. I went to help room hours, spent many hours studying the concepts and applying them to not only homework, but also practice problems on the side. Nothing was working. If you check my thread history then you will see I struggled with many types of problems this spring. Here is my issue. I am re-taking physics 2 this summer in order to not "fall behind" in my program. I understand it will be a challenge, but being in the course before I feel like I have gained a lot of how the course is structured. THIS, however, is not my concern. My concern is how do I do well on these exams and homeworks? I spoke with my professor and he said I am going to basically have to re-learn how to learn. I STRUGGLED BADLY. I put emphasis on this because I don't want to struggle. I got help when I needed and still failed. It sucks. I was hoping someone could help me figure out the best course of action when it comes to understanding physics material. I enjoy everything about physics and love the chance to speak about recent research! I just for some reason don't understand how to learn college physics as there are no examples in lectures and this is how I have always learned. Thanks for any and all input!!!!