Basically I am worried that my inaccuracies in math will doom me in an EE career. I get the concepts with a 90-100% understanding, but it never ceases to fail that I make B's on my tests (since trigonometry). I usually make C's if I have done 0 studying for the test and never make failing grades regardless of time spent studying. I make better grades than most in my class, community college ftw, but I want some advice from those who are Seniors in the major or who have been in the field for some time. Should I stick with it? Or will dumb errors like forgetting a negative sign in my calculations end up ruining my career as an EE? Are these grades even ancillary to being successful in the field? I'm a second semester freshman for what it's worth, in calculus 2 of a 3 semester sequence (still single variable). Thanks in advance! PS, Be brutally honest because this is the difference between wasting 3 years or just moving on and accepting that I need to do something else. No feelings will be hurt.