Hey guys, I have something to say, is not a question, i just want some guidelines about me college experience. Here is some background info: Currently, i am working 40 hours a week (Monday-Friday) and lectures in college at night (Electric Engineering), 18 hours a week with 4 subjects: Multivariable Calculus, Linear Algebra, Probability and Stats, Physics I. I am doing fine, i got decent grades, i actually don´t care about grades, but rather the learning experience. Now, there is just too much to learn. Some material i understand, others i merely memorize facts and don´t think much about it. I`m in college for the experience and the joy of learning, something i am not enjoying it, studying just for the grade and not actually enjoying and learn the materiel. Because i don´t learn the first time, i keep constantly checking my notes to do the exercises. I am planning on sutyding the material better and deeper in the incoming summer. Do you feel like this? What did you do? Its like a itchy in my brain that i can´t sratch I always feel anxious and excited. I give you a concrete example: I am studying Multivarible Calculus or Calculus II which has some introductory lessons on Complex Analysis: - Complex Variable Functions - Complex paths - Derivatives and Integrals in the Complex Plane - Laurent Series - Cauchy-Riemann Equations - Harmonic Functions The professor taught all of this in a 3 hour lecture! The test was due in a week! How we are supposed to understand all the material with just one week to the test?