I've said this in a few places on the forums (and Facebook, if anyone cares about that), but I'm going into calculus very shortly (I start on the 23rd), along with Bio 30. Now, Bio 30 won't be so bad because I just finished bio 20 a little over a week ago; I haven't done any serious mathematics since I finished my Math 30 course back in 2005. Needless to say, the years have taken their toll on my mathematical and problem solving abilities related to said subject.

Before my calculus course starts, we're doing a Math 30 review test the first day; needless to say, I don't care about getting above 80 on it. I do care about doing at least decently (say, 65) on said test (not to mention Math 30 knowledge in general is gonna vastly help towards understanding Calculus). At the rate I'm going with my Math 30 review, Calculus is gonna kick my ass. >_> Hell, I'll be lucky to PASS THE DAMN REVIEW TEST! At least in Calculus class I've have help; with my Math 30 review I'm up to my own devices, which, as I've repeated a billion times already, isn't going very well.

So... expect me to be flooding this topic with math questions that I cannot do on my own. I've lost enough sleep over this, and, quite frankly, I'm just plain sick of staring at both my Math 30 book and my Math 20 and Math 30 study guides.