Hey everybody! This is my first post on the forum. I am excited to have found this community and hope to contribute to it as well. I'm currently a student studying for a BS in chemistry. But I'm taking college physics 2 right now. Even though I am struggling, I am enjoying it a lot. That sounds weird doesn't it? I like the material, but wish I was able to comprehend it better. Sad to say, the class I had for part 1 of college physics was not too effective, and therefore, I am having a hard time in this class. I am thinking of double majoring in physics now. My goal is to go into medicine. I need advice because of the situation I am in. I am currently working 19 hours a week and simultaneously taking college physics 2 this summer session. The class is already in it's second week and as a matter of fact, we are having our first exam tomorrow. The class will end in another two weeks after this one. The summation of the total class is one month. We only have 3 exams in the class. Tomorrow's test is test #1. The professor assigned a lot of homework (around 34 questions in 3 days), and I was unfortunately not able to complete all of them. I successfully completed about 16 of them (only solving 5 or 6 on my own and using the solutions for the rest) and have run out of time. We are being tested on 3 chapters. Chapter 1 had around 7 questions, chapter 2 had 17, and chapter 3 had 10 questions. The questions are very long in concept and mathematical computation. It's approximately 10:30pm and my exam begins at 1:00pm tomorrow. I have not looked at all at the last chapter's 10 questions. The professor said he will give 7 questions on the exam. I am feeling extremely overwhelmed.In class, while he is lecturing, he is explaining very abstract concepts verbally and it is hard to comprehend sometimes without seeing it visually. I am contemplating purchasing "Schaum's Outline of College Physics 10e" as a study reference. I am wondering if any of you all have experience with this, and if you suggest it? The class breakdown of grading criteria is as follows: •2 exams (40%) •Attendance/Participation (5%) • Lab Participation and Reports (25%) •Research Paper/Project (10%) •Comprehensive Final Exam (20%). I really do not want to drop the class, and I really need to ace this class, to show that my academic performance has improved since the past, but I am still struggling a lot. Please advise me on study techniques, plans, and any other suggestions you may have that will help me ace the course, if still possible. Should I remain in the class or drop? Thank you in advance for your response.