Yeah, it sounds impossible for me too, but I'm very committed to do it and I'm a hard worker. I need some guidance. Please be as kind as possible. the thing is that after working in an industry I choose when I was 16 without knowing myself very much Im ready for a career change. Journalism was the very wrong choice and I'm going to fix it. Aerospace Engineer is what I'm most interested (I've done the research, the kind of jobs I could do, I'm an RC planes geek, and I've talked with some engineers)but sounds so challenging when you hear about people whom was very good at math and physics struggle with them. since I haven't touched math since I was 19 I'm going to start a year long catching up with the necessary subjects to get into university in good shape, and here is where I need most of the advise,... 1. WHERE DO I START AND HOW? 2. WHAT TOOLS AND SOFTWARE SHOULD I START GETTING FAMILIAR WITH? 3. WHAT ARE THE SUBJECTS AND IN WHICH ORDER I SHOULD LEARN THEM? 4. AND WHAT KIND OF COURSES OR TUTORING I COULD LOOK FOR? Please keep in mind that I'm a low budget student. Thanks a lot for any advise.