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Struggling Student in AP Physics 1

artdeco73artdeco73 Registered User Posts: 13 New Member
Hello, I am currently a junior in high school, and I have been struggling in my AP Physics 1 class for pretty much the entire year. I have a "C" in the class at this point in the year. After the first semester, I thought about switching out of the class. However, I was told by my counselors that I could not switch out of the class, because there were no open spots in other science classes. Thus, it came upon my own responsibility to go to my teacher and ask questions after school. I also have a physics tutor now, but this option has not helped me tremendously. I always complete my work and study for tests, but physics just does not seem to click with me. How bad would a "C" look on my college applications? Thank you!
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