Hi all, I'm writing this post feeling very embarrassed because of the situation. So, here goes: I'm a math major at a well known school, and it is my last year (graduating early). I decided, to take introduction to physics because I wanted to see what else is out there. I'm currently in part 1 (so it would be mechanics), and I'm really struggling. I averaged a C on the first midterm, and I just took another one a couple of days ago, and I'd be really lucky to get 20%. The math is very simple so that's not the issue; rather, it's understanding just what the heck is going on, and even more so, applying that to tests (where my professor goes a bit crazy). The thing is, it's a freshman class and these guys are all really good at physics. I mean, like, they seem to know exactly what to do, whereas I'm left reading a problem, struggling to find just what the heck it's asking for. Shouldn't I be good at this if I'm a math major (or even more, as someone who is about to graduate)? I really don't know what to do. I mean, I'm taking the class as a "pass or no pass" class (which doesn't affect my GPA), but I would still like to pass it and do alright in it. The other problem is that I spent a while studying for this midterm and neglected studying for another one, and I ended up bombing that one too. So basically, I really don't know what to do anymore. I'm stressed, I can't sleep well because of that physics midterm, and I'm at a loss. I want to eventually go to grad school for math, but I know not passing a freshman physics class is horrible. So that's causing even more stress. Could I get some advice on what I should do? Thanks.