Hello everyone, So there is only one month left between my glorious summer and the beginning of my fall semester, also the beginning of my intensive mathematics major. This fall I'm planning on taking a total of FIVE advanced math courses in the undergraduate school where I'm at. Besides from these, I will not be taking any other general requirement courses (since I completed about 90% of those anyway). So my fall course list is as follow: Advanced Real Analysis (first sequence) Abstract Algebra (first sequence) Number Theory Complex Analysis Advanced Linear Algebra Now, I have been preparing a little bit for real analysis, and I have seen some elementary abstract algebra results and theorems. I also have done some computational linear algebra and proof techniques. Nonetheless, I'm scared out of my mind! I LOVE math, and there are just so many courses I want to take that I know I won't be able to by the end of my undergraduate career. I will already be a junior this fall, so time is short and that's the reason for this crazy schedule. Do you guys think this schedule is crazy? Will I be able to retain some sanity and life outside of scribbling formulas and waking up in the middle of the night drench in sweat and screaming eureka! I'm optimistic, and I must say, very excited to learn what is awaiting. But I want to have a little fun too! I'm the type of guy who can get lost in numbers and will scramble for a pen and paper to experiment with random bursts of insights into a math problem.