If you've read my previous post, you probably know about my struggles in physics. I am an IB candidate, and I have already taken a year of physics. After this one year of unbelievable stress, I decided at the end of the year I will switch SL geography, but, due to our school's schedule, I am torn between physics and biology. Biology is a two year course, where the first year is taught in tenth grade. I am now a senior and so I have taken a year off biolgoy. I have turned to this website for advice; do you think I should take biology, although I have taken a gap year and so have to review all from tenth grade in order to ace my IB exams, or should I stick to physics, although I don't enjoy it and I've been struggling at it? My average grade in physics is a B+. In the final exams, I got a C+. I don't mind biology, and I actually had an A the first year, and an A- in the final exam. My only concern is that biology is somewhat not in line with my career, or future major. Your advice would be highly appreciated. School is starting soon, and I have to finalize my class registration sheet.