I am an high school student starting grade 11 this year . I have been intrested in physics since class 6 and i have been studying advanced physics since then . IN grade 9 and 10 i have read and solved problems from Resnick,halliday and walker's book ( which i think is a undergrad book isnt it? ) and i completed it . I learnt calculus( integration , differentiation and solving simple differential equations and nothing more) , trigonometry , higher algebra and geometry side by side with physics . Today i visited a nearby university and took a outline of the BSC(hons) Physics course. I think i can complete thier whole syllabus( except the lab part ) by self study in the next two years of my high school.(my study methods are very efficient and my learning speed is great) My friend who completed his Bsc(hons) gave his old books to me which consists of 1. Introduction to mechanics Daniel keplenner 2. Griffiths electrodynamics 3. vibrations and waves ap french 4. arfken weber "Mathematical Methods for Physicists" 5. Contemporary optics 6. Enrico fermi thermodynamics 7. Quantum mechanics Chatwal and Anand 8. introduction to real analysis Wiley Now i have decided to complete thier theoritical syllabus in the next two years . and I love physics and math and i am ready to study even 10 hours a day.Guide me on how to proceed and in which order to complete this task. Another question that i have as in the title of the thread if i manage to complete the syllabus with good amount of problem solving and if i get a good grasp should i still attend 3 years of college or can i get my bachelors in may be 1 year.