Ok. Here are the facts. - I've spent two years taking GE classes and messing around... - I finally changed to Electrical Engineering... - I started the course thinking I'll get an A in every class, procrastinated, got OWNED in each first midterm. - Anxiety kicked in. I wanted to catch up and do well on the second wave of exams but could not get ANYTHING done. I'd spend a whole day with my stomach going through hell and sweating as if I was living in an inferno and occasionally crying like a 6 year old. I have an appointment with a psychiatrist now and hopefully some medication will help... Of course spending an entire day on a single chapters' homework in physics while still getting half of it wrong kind of messes with your confidence you know... Now I have one month to go for this semester. What will happen? I'll either get kicked out of college.. and if I don't my father won't support be beyond next semester (if I continue doing bad). There are a few other reasons (I wouldn't be crying like a 6 year old over a physics midterm :p ) that pretty much will make sure that my LIFE WILL BE DESTROYED FOR THE NEXT TWO DECADES. Great huh? In this one last push, I'm re-studying all the chemistry and hoping that if I get a 90+ on the last test and final, I’ll pass with a C minus... as for physics and math? Forget those. Even an A on the finals won't get me to pass. However that's what I plan to do anyway: just study and do my best and get an A on the final. Mabye.. just maybe the professors will think "hey, this is the final and it covered the whole course.. Since he got an A I'm thinking he understands everything we covered and is able to move to the next class.. Maybe I should bump him to a C." *prays* So what is the point of this post? 1- I need to rant some where. :( 2 - any suggestions? Books? Schaums' outlines are cool but I need something with more detail for chemistry. Those little review booklets don’t help at all and my text's average chapter is 40 pages of filler and unorganized information. If anybody did read all of this, I'd like to say that I'm sorry I can't give you your time back. Give yourself a cookie though.