Dear Physics Forum personnel, I am a collegiate junior at US with double majors in the mathematics and computer science, and an aspiring theoretical computer scientist. My current courses in the analysis and linear algebra, and undergraduate research in the theoretical computer science fired my interest to the set theory. I initially decided to explore and study the set theory by myself, but I thought it would be a very good idea to study the subject under the experts like mathematical faculty members since I think self-studying in the mathematics, particularly in an abstract field like a set theory, all by myself might lead me to an erroneous understanding of the subject. So I contacted an emeritus professor who did very fascinating research in the set theory and mathematical logics about a guided reading, and fortunately he agreed to do so (starting on January, an hour per week, Jech/Hrbacek's Set Theory textbook) and guide my studying of the set theory. I never did a reading course before, so I am excited and nervous at the same time. I am especially afraid that I might disappoint the professor by asking uninteresting questions or cannot following his insight or the textbook. What should I prepare myself for the reading course, and how should I interact with the professor for the reading course? What does a professor expect from the student, especially during the one-hour meeting per week? I apologize for the grammatical error (leaving off to the library).