I hated chemistry. I hated organic chemistry more than regular chemistry. I hated biochemistry more than organic chemistry. I hated physics as well. I did like physics more than organic chemistry though.
Auburn's Chemistry department had the hardest teachers... ever. Physics department too. The average on most of our physics exams was 50. One time it was a 40-something. I made a 60-something on that test. I'm not gonna lie... I did bad in physics.
Chemistry was a little better. The average test grade was usually a 70. I did o.k. in chemistry. But I still hated it.
My point is...
Did you ever have a class that you absolutely HATED?! I always always always said "I am never going to use this stuff! Why do I have to take these ridiculously hard classes!?"
Now, today, I would like to say "Thank you Auburn University for making me take those ridiculously hard classes. Because today in Clinical Therapeutics, I understood Drug Calculations! So, thank you for make me learn how to convert Moles to grams... even though I don't have to do that... it's more like mcg to mg. I never thought I would see that annoying t-box, as I call it, again. I saw it today and I flew through those 10 problems. The class only got to number 3 and I felt accomplished!"
See... you never know when you may use something that you learn in school!
but... I really doubt I will ever need to know just how fast that ball rolls across the floor... or how fast the car goes down the hill in neutral... or when exactly the boy needs to jump off the branch to fall on the back of a horse running underneath it at a certain speed.
So, thank you Fundamentals of Chemistry. Physics, you are still pointless.