Hi everyone, I went to my orientation yesterday. Overall it was very enjoyable. During high school I did both Calculus 1, and Calculus 2. Due to my grade in Calculus 2, my adviser suggested I retake it to keep my GPA as high as possible. She explained that I need to maintain a 3.5 in my prerequisites to be competitive for mechanical, or aerospace engineering. So far, I signed up for Physics 121 (Mechanics) with a tutorial, and lab. Calculus 125 (calc 2), and now I'm looking at another three to five credit course. I have all of my humanities, electives, and social sciences complete due to my work in high school, so I'm trying to only take prerequisites. Can someone suggest me another prerequisite from this page? http://www.engr.washington.edu/sites/default/files/curr_students/docs/ME_2011.pdf I don't want to overburden myself, and burn out my first quarter. Also, does anyone have any experience with UW's intro physics series. Any advice would be appreciated. My adviser was trying to sign me up to knock down chem my first quarter, but I've always wanted to take a physics course, having never taken one in high school.