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I want to become a doctor, but I am not good at physics. What should I do?


You don't have to become an expert in physics but I believe you need to understand the basics of the physics. Becoming a doctor is really a lot of physic relationship and concepts so it's good to know about the science. You can always find someone that will tutor you in physics. Angela Redito Ichinose

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Estelle’s Answer

I agree with Richard and Rachel, physics has very little to do with the daily practice of medicine, so just figure out how to do well in the class and on the MCAT. Get a tutor if needed. Get past these two goals, and then you will be home free:)
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Richard’s Answer

Many students at the state university take physics at a community college where there will be more opportunity for one-on-one teaching.

For the MCAT, consider devoting an entire summer to studying. You might even pay for a prep course.
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Rachel’s Answer

Totally agree with above. Take the class at a community college, attend all classes, attend office hours, and get a tutor early if you struggle.
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vikas’s Answer

You can't ignore physics as its a part of our daily life too. Just focus on your goal.
You'll find its preety easy.
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