I'm currently a high school senior who is thinking about the future, and realizing that he may like to go into physics in college. But unfortunately, I realize I'm also doubtful about a few things, most particularly with the maths a physics career entails. While I often like to ponder and think about math, I don't believe I'm actually all that good at it. I'm currently in second-yea calculus and am finding math esoteric and, in many ways, confusing. My struggle through calculus makes me truly appalled by the idea of taking years of math alongside physics. I simply don't feel comfortable with specializing in a subject that's not my strongest. Yet despite my mixed feelings about math, I love physics. Though I've never taken an actual physics course until this year, I've always been impressed with the profundity of areas like quantum mechanics and optics. And there's a certain thrill, unique satisfaction in solving a complex physics problem which is simply and utterly fascinating about physics. This is something I never really experienced with any other subject in school. For sure, I would go into physics if math wasn't such a intrinsic part of it. Because college apps. are impending, I feel it quasi-necessary to finalize the general realm of study I will be going into. I want this realm to be physics, but I'm uncertain. I know people say math is important, but if you struggle with math, are there ways to improve while in college?