I am very good at math. I scored a 670 in math on the SAT the first time (no studying) and I am breezing through pre-calculus. This year at my school they tried something new with AP physics B. It's called a flipped classroom. Basically the way we are supposed to learn is by watching videos at home and then doing worksheets at school. The teacher never actually "teaches." It's supposed to help us get adjusted to college. Nevertheless, that is not my learning style at all and I have struggled greatly all year. Last semester I barely squeaked by with a 72, but this semester I will probably fail. I know for sure that if it was taught like all my other classes I would be fine. Stuff like physics comes naturally to me. I have been in engineering classes for three years now and I have had no problems. So basically, how will this affect my chances? Also, how should I let it be known that this was just an isolated incident and that it wouldn't happen if I was "taught." I don't want to make it sound like I am complaining, but I am just frustrated. As far as other stats go, My GPA is around a 3.33 right now, and my sat is 1800 total, I plan on taking it one more time and improving my score greatly. I have played baseball at school for three years now and I am very active in my church. Any help will be appreciated.