Here is the context: I am in high school and I am studying physics, chemistry and math in high school.(along with English and another language). Some months back, I started my 12th grade(that was in April) and I did very badly in physics.The single-variable calculus-based syllabus consisted of thermodynamics , electrostatics, basic electromagnetism, some gravitation and the time given was 4 months to cover all this. I did badly on my school exams and during it I did not know how to calculate the magnetic field due to an infinite current carrying wire.I also keep forgetting formulae and find it very hard to remember them.I forget most expressions like the magnetic field generated in a solenoid by a current and stuff) In contrast, I can remember every single aspect of the tiny amount of Group theory,enumerative combinatorics,elementary topology, and linear algebra I picked up from various sources like Herstein and Rudin) I have a choice to make in a few months. I may double-major in math and computer science or math and physics.(the university I may attend will only accept a double major;the courses are taught by researchers in various disciplines). My question is : After this nightmarish experience, should I still have the audacity to study physics?Thanks for reading this.