I have never been particularly fond of math. It's not that I'm bad at it, I just don't enjoy it, and have been procrastinating taking any math classes as a result. Unfortunately, my procrastination has finally caught up to me, and I am faced with a calculus-based microeconomics class that I need to take next semester. Getting the prerequisite waived is not an issue, but learning the material I'll need to know is. The university recommends the first semester of calculus as a background. I'll have about a month over winter break to work with. I'm willing to devote five or six hours a day to studying on my own, but I'd just like to get a general opinion on whether this is possible or just a waste of time. Also, do you have any suggestions for good materials to use for self study of basic calculus or any other general recommendations? Thanks in advance for your help!