Ok, I finished my physics I calculus based class, and really I don't feel like I learned a lot or mastered the material. I would spend many minutes nearing hours trying to think over my homework but with a load of other classes and the fact that we got all the hard and I do mean hard problems (some 55 problems per week) in which some even the professor himself got stumped on, I really couldn't make much progress and neither could my peers. I ended up with a B+ but again, I rate my experience and knowledge with physics at an F. Now I'm going into physics II. I'm going to make a commitment to working in this physics class everyday, but I want to know what kind of class this is. In your opinion are the concepts and problems harder than mechanics and what kind of questions can I expect? I assume with electricity and magnetism the problems will be focused on more of concepts rather than abstract geometry like mechanics was. I consider myself fairly strong in solving conceptual problems, but geometrical problems I lack even fundamental logic. For instance figuring out a root equation to the change of position in a pendulum involved 1 - cos (theta) I still don't understand, or why oscillating motion moves in A sin (bt - phi) manner... or any of that. Well anyways I digress, I'd like to hear your opinions on what to expect in electricity and magnetism.