I tested out of my maths, and was placed in Calculus II, and being 16 I don't have time to be a full-time student (nor the mental capacity) so I only am taking two more classes, Physics I for Physics Majors, and Sociology. Going into the school year I felt very confident in Physics and kind of shaky on calculus (I self-taught all the material beforehand so I figured there had to be some stuff I didn't know and my placement was wrong) however, now that the school year has started that has flip-flopped. I feel very confident in Calculus (scored a 100 on everything so far, and the material ahead I know most of). But my Physics is shaky, I scored a 92% on my last quiz (much to chagrin of my dad, and I agree with him. A physics major would have scored a 100%), and some of the questions are very ambiguous in their wording, but I blame myself, I should be smart enough to understand what is asked of me. I struggle on simple problems (as you'll see in my post history), but do well on questions the rest of the class had problems with. For instance apparently most of my class missed this problem: I got it on the first try, but a simple problem involving dropping keys from an elevator shaft to find floor you're on, I struggle, and I feel so dumb. My quiz I got a 92 on because I was asked to find average speed of a trip where I go somewhere in x time stay for y time and come back in z time and I am given the distance to this place. So I calculated it, and got the answer, but received partial credit because I left out the y time. I felt so dumb, and frankly discouraged. I know I can do physics, and I still feel that spark when I learn about it. I just don't know if I am smart enough to do physics, and that scares me. I work hard, but the amount of work I put in seems to not be directly proportional to results. So advice, should I change my major to mathematics or am I being a drama-queen and should stick with physics (where my true love lay)?