Did I make the right choice? I dropped my Physics course which was equivalent to PHY211 at Penn State. I dropped it because I had never taken a physics course in high school. I did a poor choice when scheduling my class for spring 2017. My college currently teaches General Physics 1 (algebra based physics) or Engineering physics (calc based physics). My goal was to take General Physics for one semester and then take Engineering physics so I can get a feel of what physics is about. I didn't take that path so I immediately scheduled and took Engineering physics. When Spring semester began The first chapter was okay, but then chapter 2,3 and 4 started to get hard. I didn't find it hard but I was struggling with the concept. The math was okay but when I tried doing the homework I couldn't get it so I fell behind. I'm planning on auditing Calculus 2 and General Physics 1 over the summer. I'm auditing calculus 2 because I heard is the hardest out of the calculus sequence. I know the advantage for me doing this will be really beneficial. With Physics, my goal is to just sit in and take notes while trying to complete the homework and seek help. I don't know where I will end up going to transfer. Although, It will be the happiest day in my life if I got accepted to Penn State and attend in Fall 2017. So the question: Did I make the right choice to drop physics? Note: I go to a community college.