Hello all, Let me first say, "Hello PF." This is what I'm trying to decide: I'd like to spend this summer by self studying a range of topics. The problem is, I really don't know what I should study as I honestly have no clue what I want to do in college, etc. I started working through two textbooks so far, Trigonometry 6th edition by Charles P. Mckeague and Mark D. Turner and the other book being General Chemistry by Kenneth W. Whitten. I'm currently 14 and will be entering high school this coming academic year. I already have a vast knowledge of computer programming languages and methodologies. My question basically is, where should I go from here? I want to cover the most amount possible this summer and am willing to work my butt off so I can start physics or the like in June. I don't really do a whole lot, so I can work very hard at this as I'm extremely motivated to do this. Another thing, I'm intrigued by physics which is one of my motivations for doing this, what path should I take from Trig to get there? If you have any recommendations on what I should be studying, what textbooks to be using, etc, it'd be much appreciated. If you need any more information, just ask. Thanks.