Does it seem like the forum is divided in too many ways? Homework The homework forum has 6 different categories. Do we really need to separate simple and advanced physics? Does math need to be separated into calculus and not-calculus? The engineering and technology forum appears to be unused since engineering is technically physics and technology homework is more about creating projects, so any tech questions would be theoretical, and would thus go into one of the forums under Technology. Career The career guidance forum has a sub-forum of archived homework help threads; shouldn't that archive be under homework help? Physics Physics is divided into 7 different forums which could probably be merged into 1. Quantum may be worthy of its own forum, but even that is debatable. Astronomy General astronomy looks like it could be a standalone forum. The threads in astrophysics and cosmology look like they could easily be posted in the physics forum since they mainly ask physics questions. Math 7 math forums? General and algebra are the same thing. Calculus and differentials are the same thing. Differential geometry is still differentials, put it under calculus. Statistics should probably go under general math. Number theory I'm not sure about. Engineering The engineering forums could probably all be merged together. Other Sciences I really like the layout of this one. Chemistry has just 1 forum. Biology has 1 forum. Good stuff. It's nice to be organized, but being too organized can be a bit confusing. On Sunday I posted a physics question and I actually had to ask myself which forum it goes into. General? Relativity? Nuclear? It sort of dealt with relativity, but it sort of dealt with nuclear reactions as well. If I post it in general I'll get the most views, and a better chance of somebody solving it. Where did I end up posting? I can't even remember.