Me and integrals fell out and as my course is nearing an end I'd like some advice on where I could learn more about Integration and the techniques involved. I'm pretty sure I will still pass as I did very well in other areas, but my tutor admitted this was the hardest part of the course and that it was inherently difficult learning material solely from a text book. Unfortunatley I couldn't attend tutorials as they conflicted with work. As I'm looking to study physics further and understand integrals are a very important part of physics both classical and quantum, I'm keen to get a good grounding before I start the physics diploma in a little over a year. So I've decided to spend the next 3 months before my next maths course starts getting to grips with an area I obviously didn't get to grips with the first time round. My basic problem was that I had trouble following the rules and remembering them all and knowing when exactly and sometimes how to apply them, I also made mistakes in certain steps that lead to the whole thing being very innacurate, also time was a factor and I spent a deal of time trying to confer with my tutor by email, this was a lenghty process, that meant I didn't get real satisfactory answers quickly enough to meat the deadlines of the assigned assesments. The texts I used were excellent but sometimes they didn't show all the steps in solving an integration problem and I found it hard to follow exactly what had happened. As an example I showed a problem to a friend at work and he solved it in about nine steps, and it was very straight forward, the book did it in four and it left some questions. Needless to say work is not a good environment to learn, and I can't rely on getting satisfactory advice in the 45 minutes of personal time alotted at work. They expect you to work the cads! I guess what I'm looking for is good introductory work into integration at the 'A' level or advanced level(this is high school calculus in the US but is college level in the UK as college starts at 16) I already have a good grounding in the basics from the course so it doesn't have to be completely introductory, but it'll probably be most helpful if it involves me working through a shed load of problems to get me fluent in the approach. It can be on line or in book form anything, as long as it isn't too expensive, I can't afford to pay out hundreds of pounds on material for this as I'm saving up for my next course. I am well aware though that learning is almost never free, so, as long as it's within reason advance anything Any tips for learning or advice would also be very welcome. Thanks alot in advance.