Hello, I am in such disbelief right now, so disappointed in myself. I've failed two of my physics midterms and we only have one midterm left before the final. I've studied for both and I thought I knew what I was doing, but apparently not. The class average for both tests have been a 75%, C+ according to the professor's grading scale. I've literally bombed the last two exams.. The professor gives us a study guide before the test and provides the answers, but the study guides don't seem to help. I understand the concepts, but it's applying them that I seem to have trouble with. Plus, the professor isn't really that great and he goes kind of fast because about half of the students in there are engineering students who have taken the course before, but just need a review on it or something like that. Plus, the book we use isn't that great: Physics for Scientists & Engineers, Serway, 9th edition. The other thing I hate is that the professor makes the exams multiple choice and it makes me frustrated. I'm a physics major and it seems like this class is extremely difficult, especially for a physics 1 course that is calculus based. I really don't want to change my major because I love physics with a passion, but apparently I just can't do it. I still have an A- in the class because of the labs and group work and stuff; which I don't see how because the tests are a killer. I'm in Calculus right now and I'm doing just fine in that class, I currently have an A, but we've barely used calculus in my physics class. (Only a few times to derive equations and such but that's about it.) Sorry if my post is somewhat disorganized, but any advice would be appreciated.