Hi all! Now I don't know whether the question I am about to pose is something that can be answered intelligibly. Maybe it is just a case about motivation...but I am not too sure at the moment. My question is: Does mediocre performance in first and second year physics present a possible disaster in third year? I have found both the physics and math subjects quite difficult in third year, and I even feel like I haven't really learned that much over the past two years of my physics studies. I mean, I can do the math, but when I go back to my textbooks, I seem to only barely grasp the physics behind the maths. I feel like I have tons of holes in my general physics understanding. So my conclusion: My physics ain't that great, and neither is my math. I am quite afraid that this will threaten my progress in third year. Now I know that physics must take time, and perhaps I just need to accept the fact that I haven't striven enough in trying to learn the physics. But right now I am on holidays, and I am wondering whether there is anything I can start doing that can help me plug the gaps or even start rebuilding my shaky knowledge of physics. Thanks for reading this long and convoluted passage! I am pretty desperate so any advice would be appreciated!