Hi friends, I'm new in this forum and very happy to be here. I need your guidance on what to do with my Signals and Systems course which I expect to turn into a failure. I'm studying Electronics Engineering and I think I'm gonna fail Signals and Systems because I got 9 out of 100 on my first midterm (the class average was 36) but I'm working at the same time, so even though I've started studying for the first midterm 1 week before the exam but, it wasn't enough to have a good grade. My upcoming second midterm is on Tuesday (4 days left) and I don't feel myself ready to cope with the Fouries Series and Fourier Transformation. I therefore think, I'm probably gonna get a F from Signals and Systems, this semester. So, next semester, the university won't allow me to take Circuit Analysis because Signals and Systems is prerequisite for Circuit Analysis, and if I can't take Circuit Analysis next semester, my graduation will automatically be postponed 1 year, because I won't be able to take courses like, Microelectronic Circuit Design and Digital Electronics. And my family can't afford this. Should I write a petition to our Dean and University President about taking Circuit Analysis together with Signals and Systems next semester? Do you think I can handle Signals and Systems with Circuit Analysis in the same semester? What do you think I should do?