I'm taking a summer college physics course and am very behind. It's completely my fault...I'm taking two classes that only last a month, a history and physics, so it's 7 hours credit in one month. A lot of class time (lab is 3 days/week). I just wasn't used to this compact schedule, partied the first weekend, and also a girl I liked and began to hang out with at the end of Spring was put in the apartment next door, so we ended up spending many late nights together even though my classes are at 8am every day (yep, complete idiot). So now here I am, we are basically half way done. I didn't take the first test...will be taking it tomorrow. Then will have another test Tuesday. Our book is Serway's College Physics, for anyone who's had it.... Test 1....Ch. 1-4. Starts at basics, covers units, standards, conversion, trig. One dimensional displacement, velocity, acceleration, motion w/ constant accel, freely falling objects. Then 3rd chapter does vectors and motion in 2d, and 4th chapter is Force, Newton's laws, and friction. Assuming I'm decent at math, if I study all day today can I get that down for a test tomorrow, or am I screwed? I'll get back on what's on the 2nd test on Tuesday after I get the first answer...heh.