I am a Electrical Engineering pre-major at UW, and I am currently taking Cal 2 in the Summer. I find that most of the material is pretty simple to grasp; however my teacher can hardly complete an English sentence, and let alone clearly explain calculus.. The only reason that I am surviving it now is because I did my own research before the class on Cal 2 because I heard horror stories that it is hard. She is the only one teaching Cal 3 in the Fall and I just decided to drop it after I got a C+ on my first test. I really love math, and I want to learn it the correct way because I know that I will need it for the rest of my career. I am worried if I take a quarter off from math, that Cal 3 and the rest of my math classes will suffer because they are not in sequence. I am currently signed up for Calc-based physics, Programming II, and some lame English class for the Fall. Any advice would help. Did I make the right decision dropping Cal 3? Is Cal 3 possible to pick back up on if not taken in a direct sequence from Cal 2?