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anim3t1ddy

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I have always been an A+ (B at my lowest) student and going into my harder physics classes has been proven a bit more difficult for me to adjust. I am retaking theoretical physics as I withdrew last semester because I was not satisfied with the outlook of my grade there. I am retaking it again and I seem to be falling behind again, even with the curve. These are applications of higher mathematical concepts that I tend to need a bit more time on than others.

I have been experimenting with study methods and have been vocal about help from other students/ professor. I suppose I would just like to hear if anyone else is currently having or had these problems and if there was something that you did to really help. I am trying not to be so demotivated that I let everything go, as even though I may have a hard time performing... I still think all of this and the application of mathematics in physics is incredibly fun and interesting.