I'm sorry if this is the wrong place, move it as you see fit. Okay, I'm not exactly sure what I'm looking for from you. I'll explain the background. I am currently in sixth form and am taking BTEC applied science(An overview sort of thing). Well, I now wish that I had taken just physics. I was a bit of a slacker leading to, and during, my exams; I didn't want to learn and didn't do very well in maths. I managed to get a C in science without revising however. I now WANT to learn and am finding it difficult seeing as physics isn't my chosen subject and I am not taking maths. I suppose I would like somebody to help me organise my learning. So far I have been wandering around aimlessly, looking in to particle physics; it turns out that there is a lot of math in particle physics. So could somebody please tell me what kind of maths I should focus on learning. What these symbols, such as that little triangle etc. I would also like advice on exactly which parts of physics I should have a good grasp on before attempting more complicated theories?