hello guys! This semester I was ruthlessly gutted in my Differential Equations class and it has been stressing me severely. I shamefully made a D in the class... I know this is my fault, but at the same time I feel as though the professor teaching it had much to do with it also. He was extremely intent on making the class into a "do all the questions on a computer" type of class. It involved much much coding and doing the work by hand would net me half credit. The assignments that required hand work only I received 90+% every time. I have worked through the book and made sure I am able to perform the practice problems and some of the word problems correctly, but this grade in the class still looms heavily over me. Basically, I want to retake the class, but due to my tight schedule this would potentially endanger me from graduating on time next year (I am currently a Junior going into the Spring semester). However, here is my schedule for next semester: Analytical Mechanics Astrophysics Language Class Abstract Algebra The first two use Differential Equations in the class. Instead, do you guys think that acing those two classes requiring DE would "forgive" my D grade? Or should I find the time to take it over the Summer? Summer is also an issue because I am to do research for about 10 weeks at another school and I am uncertain if I can take a class on the side. This is mainly with concern to graduate school admissions.