Question by : I need to not fail physics.?
I am a junior in high school and I have a 65.06% (D-) in honors physics. 64% in an F. My GPA is rather impressive, bar my disaster in the physics department. I would like to take regular physics over the summer and get a B or A in that class to replace my horrid honors grade. The problem is that if I fail physics the 'F' is forever stamped into transcript, if I get, and I quote my school counselor, "literally a D- and then you can have the retaken physics grade replace your current one."
So to have my D-, sure to be an F at this rate after finals, the Six Flags project and etc., changed to the summer school grade I CANNOT fail physics. This week we are having a quiz everyday, I just received a 0/5 on Monday's quiz. We are learning about electricity, Hans Orested, Gauss, those kind of scientists.
Uh, it has something to do with "right hand rules", magnetic fields, current, webers (a unit? for flux? what is flux?), T=ANIB, sinBIL, V=-N(changein)flux(magnetic field), Ib=BAcos(angle), some shit equations like that.
I'm sorry but I don't care about this class. But I have to, I can't let myself fail. Master physics teachers please give me some resources, tips, anything. I am literally clueless about what happens in class, I am not that dumb of a person, my other honors class are A's and B's.
Seriosly though, don't assume I know anything, some websites and help would be SO incredibly appreciated, I don't think colleges will appreciate transcipts with a giant, unexplainable F.
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