Hi everyone. I am currently attending the University of Washington, and after talking to a few advisers it has become apparent to me that Physics 121 (first course in the calculus based physics series) is not recommended to people that haven't taken the entire calculus series yet. They explained that it was a very competitive course, and a weed out course for the engineering students. I have wanted to study physics for a while, and have never gotten the chance due to my high school background. So far I have showed that I am not too well adept in the math department (3.0 in calculus 1, and a 2.4 in calculus 2). I can say however, that I excelled in the understanding of derivatives, but failed to understand surface revolutions, and work problems within my calculus 2 class. I am currently registered for Calculus 2 as a re-do, Microeconomics (I enjoyed macro, but I don't think I will enjoy micro after looking at the course summary.), and Intro to logic (this is because I wish to double major, or minor in philosophy). Would it be a good idea to drop micro for physics for my first quarter at University? So far I am undecided as to what my major will be, but I do want to study some upper level physics eventually.