I consider myself good with numbers; computations and stuff. But when it comes to the conceptual analysis of physics, this is the area where I cringe. Right now I am taking calculus-based E&M (I want to be an engineer), I am having trouble understanding visualizing concepts like Faraday's Law motional EMF( changing magnetic field, induced current), RL circuits, and other similar topics. I am not sure if I should even go into engineering. I do enjoy taking physics, but even I study a lot I don't seem to do well on exams. I guess my problem is when I am working on a problem, most of the times I just look for the appropriate formula and try to come up with a solution, never really go deep into the conceptual analysis of the problem.