I am currently a senior in high school and I am unsure if I actually like physics. I never took a "real" physics class, but rather a physical science course that had a physics section that I absolutely loved so much. Are there any books that could help me figure out this dilemma? I would also like to add that I haven't been a very good student until recently since that is when I started to apply myself more. I didn't realize the importance of math until last year when I took that physical science course so I have made some pretty mediocre/bad grades in math until recently. I made a B in Algebra I, a C in Algebra II, a C in Geometry, and an A in rather simple Business Math. The most recent course I've taken in College Algebra which would be about the equivalent to a good bit of the Algebra from Precalc, and I just finished the course last semester with an A and my final average in the class was a 97.06%. I am registered to take College Trigonometry next semester so I will be able to take Calculus I my freshman year of college. Also because of my lack of effort, I will have to attend a CC for my first two years of college so that may have an impact on my further education. Final question: Would physics even be worth it for me?