Hello, I've been around the forums before, but I finally decided to create an account to post things. :) I'm currently a sophomore in college majoring in physics. At my school physics 1 and calculus 1 are a co-requisite not a prerequisite, meaning I can take physics 1 and calculus 1 concurrently. The physics 1 I'm currently in is calculus based as well. I'm doing fine in calculus, I love math and it comes naturally to me simply because I have Aspergers. Physics, on the other hand, I am struggling with. I understand the lectures, but when it comes time for group work, I'm not sure how to set the problems up. I guess a more accurate term would be applying those concepts. Once I know how to set the problems up, then it becomes straightforward from there because of the arithmetic. I've had physics in high school and I got an A in the class, which was two years ago, but I remember most of it. Same applies for the lab. I don't work well with other people, I've always preferred to do things on my own, but I know I'll eventually have to suck it up and get used to it. I don't like the labs because I'm not a kinesthetic learner. Plus the undergrad labs are more of a "cookbook" approach if you think about it. I'm sorry for the long post, but I just need advice. Perhaps it could be that I'm not spending enough time studying the material. After all, my physics professor did say that it's hard transitioning from math to physics. P.S. Also, I'm not sure how to do this, but how would you go about putting formulas/equations into LaTeX form on here? I think that's what it's called, but I'm not sure, lol.