Hi. I'm 33, a librarian, and in the past few years I've developed a real interest in physics - it started out by trying to fill in gaps in my knowledge about the physical world and, well, as I read more popular science books about physics I'm realizing it's something I'd like more of an in-depth knowledge of, maybe even a degree. I've read enough posts on this site that are encouraging, so I'm not concerned about being too old, but I know it's still a hell of a lot of work to study physics, and quite a commitment, so I'm starting off slowly. I do know that I'd have to get some high school credits in math & physics to start university courses, and living in Ontario I can get these online through the Independent Learning Centre (http://www.ilc.org" [Broken]). They're $40 each so not a huge commitment if I get into them and realize it's not for me, but I've been contemplating it for a while now and have run out of excuses to put it off. I'm wondering if anyone else has experience with taking ILC (or any high school) courses as an adult, how they are in general, or even just how it feels to be taking high school courses in your 30's, and when you already have a masters. (Taking them online makes it easier, both socially and schedule-wise, of course.) Thanks.