How could failing AP Physics affect my chance at scholarships? Any advice. (Input Appreciated)
Hello! I currently have a %61 in my AP Physics 1 course. (Too much Homework, too tasking, and it's 1st Period) I am a high school junior and and intelligent person, but see myself as an awful student and on top of that I am depressed. I'm afraid of failing the possible repercussion of that. How will Scholarship committees see 5 A's and one F? Additionally, I'm taking Dual Enrollment Pre-calc/Trig, AP US History, and Dual Enrollment College Art History, and have A's in all of them. (They don't assign homework every night nor do I have to study excessively for them) I procrastinate and don't have the motivation to do those things in Physics. For some background, I have a target GPA and ACT score I'm trying to meet; those being a 30 on the ACT and 3.75 high school GPA to get a full ride to the college I plan to go to (Colorado Mesa). I currently have a 3.82 and a 28 on the ACT. I live in an egregiously small town and we barely have anything in terms of AP classes we have no honors program (We have 4 AP Classes and as of this year, I've taken them all). We don't have weighted GPA's, so all of my classes are unweighted. I currently see 4 outcomes; best case scenario I pass with a C and take another Semester; I fail this semester and drop the course next semester; I get a C and drop next semester anyway; or I fail this Semester and show some perseverance on my transcripts and get a C/B next semester. What should I do? Any and all input is appreciated.