It seems that most people have this common similarity. Chemistry has a lot of analytical thinking. You'll just have to study hard and sit through it. I remember taking honors chemistry in high school; failed almost every test but aced the labs and pulled a B-. I was very lucky. However, once I entered college, I was pummeled...just like everyone else(thank God for curves). It doesn't matter about the professor really. If you have the best professor, but can't understand or do the problems by yourself w/o looking at the solutions manual for guidance, then you're going to have trouble with chemistry. If you have trouble with chemistry, then talk to your professor to try and get some help. Just like with math, you can only learn if you keep doing problems.
You will just have to get used to it, because if you drop it you have no classes, study hard, maybe try differently, it might be because chem is more math and you didnt take that last semester.
Because chemistry is the devil!! haha, I was the same way, never got a grade less than a A until I took Chem. I think the professor has everything to do with it. My hs teacher and college professor were horrible which I think has greatly influenced me into hating chem. I LOVED science... until I took chem. good luck. also, the mindset for chem is a lot different than a lot of other subjects. I just can't seem to understand it though.
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