So I am in a situation where I can commute an extra 30 miles to take the engineering physics series.
I am only contemplating this because:
-Physics at current institution is known as brutal. No lecture, mistakes on tests that must be figured out, unorganized, and rather difficult.
-Physics at other institute is hard, but teacher lectures, provides assistance all day, is rather ecstatic about teaching.
I don't want my gpa to take a hit, but at the same time I know people that have survived physics with an A at my school(insane amount of work though).
What would you do?
Honestly, I feel if I take physics at my current school I won't learn because its up to the student to learn(book, online videos, ask teacher), but if I am successful through the harsh amount of work, etc, I will probably have excellent time management skills, organization skills, and be able to handle more difficult classes of this nature.