'Physics for Dummies'
'Chemistry for Everyone'
'Chemistry Essentials for Dummies'.
These books are all available on Amazon.com. Since chemistry and physics concepts are complex, it's a good idea to give yourself a little extra time to think about them the summer before you take the course.
The difficulty of the class depends on the teacher and the aptitude of the student. Virtually any reasonable teacher will make the subject matter fit at least a large fraction of the students, so any student who is roughly as astute and determined as his peers has a reasonable shot a getting through the class.
Probably as a rule of thumb, the high school classes are less rigorous than their college level equivalents. In high school they will tell you what to calculate and how. College level courses will tend to leave the solution process to the students to figure out. College level physics especially is all about being able to apply general principles to specific situations.
most things like physics and chemistry. it all gets harder when middle school starts. especially high school
Chemistry is mainly for engineering courses & an architecture course would mainly need physics.
Depends on your particular high school, but most high school curriculum advance first with biology, then chemistry, and then finally with physics. You should consult with your high school counselor to see if it's possible to change the order or even in certain cases, skip the course entirely.
Just the opposite: being good at Math is the best sign that you will probably do well at Chemistry, Physics and Engineering. (This answer is from someone who majored in Engineering, then switched to Physics, and taught Chemistry and Physics in High School.)
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