I'm kind of afraid of the answer that I might get here, but maybe if I know I can just face it and get through it. I'm having a pretty tough time in my current Chem class. I usually eventually figure it out, but it takes more work at it than, say my Algebra classes. I know I am going to have to take at least another Chem and then courses such as thermodynamics, but I am just wanting to know how much Chem is carried over into real world situations with ME. I realize it's a lot of "applied math" like a lot of engineering, and that makes me a little nervous because of the trouble I am having wrapping my head around some of the problems. Idk, it's pretty disheartening, but I usually find my way through it and have a B so far (last exam next week and finals in two weeks so a lot can change). Anyways, I am just looking for a little advice. I have enjoyed all of my math classes this semester, but I have pretty much hated every moment in Chem. Thanks!