le sigh.me too. however. i was talking to someone in my hall. they explained a whole problem and I still couldn't do it myself. I was pretty upset about this. but then they said that unlike math, you don't actually have to be good at physics do be able to do it. you just have to practice a lot, and you'll start to do better.which made me feel better, because I assumed I was going to fail fail fail because I'm terrible at physics. I don't know if you felt/feel the same way, but knowing that it's even possible for me to pass was a big consolation. Karen
Aww, once again, poor Snively. These posts are so depressing... which physics class are you in, by the way? And remember, you're on pass no record and you still have time to bring up your mark, don't let physics take over your life!
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