Hello i am new in this forum, and i really apreciate the fact that you guys help. I am in grade 12, I have excellent mathematical skills (especially in algebra and advanced functions), I rank first in my advanced functions class. However i my grades in grade 11 physics are low. In university i will be taking alot of physics due to my career plans (mcat, ect.., but dont mind that), and i will not have the chance to fit in mathematics (since i need more important courses, and it does not benifit my carreer in medicine anyways). 1- How can i incorporate my math skills into physics, so that i do well in it (and so that they dont go to a waste, and actually become productive)? 2- If i dont take high school grade 12 physics (so it wont lower my average), does it put me in a huge handicap in university? 3- What type of math is the MOST IMPORTANT to do Physics, and without it, physics would be almost impossible? 4-If an expert mathematician who has never seen/done physics before, is given a physics problem in a test, will he be able to solve it using his math?