Alright, so here's the deal. I graduated from college at the end of 2014 with two degrees in liberal arts majors. I was extremely upset by the education I received because it relied too heavily on terminology instead of problem-solving. I now have the chance to go back to school again. I am hoping to get a B.S. in Physics, because I believe that I am a born problem-solver who just wasn't in the right environment within the public school system, which led me to not following my true dreams. In college the highest level of math course that I took was math 021, a college algebra course, which was self-taught on the Aleks' course management system. In this course, I earned a B-, largely because I did not have an actual instructor, aside from infrequent office hour visits. I would also like to point out that I earned a meager 470 on the math section of the sat, compared to a 650 on the writing section, and a 590 on the verbal section, a score that I believe was largely due to my poor background in mathematics. The bottom line is that I truly want to get a degree in physics, but I need to do something to correct the poor education I received in the past so I do not drown in the proverbial water if I undertake this course of action. So, finally, what I mean to ask is this: If you (the reader) happened to be in this situation, what would you review, and how would you go about it so you would be ready to solve this problem? Any advice will be deeply appreciated. Thank you.