hello all, I'm a physics major who's finishing up my second year as a physics major. I'm finishing up the 3 introductory physics course sequence and also the 4-semesters of calculus courses. In my community college, I was able to rank 1st on my physics courses and in the top 5 of my math courses. I'm aiming to transfer to a good university for this upcoming fall. Now, since I studied in a community college, I feel that I might be behind the other students who studied in a university the first two years. For example, many of the universities that I applied to used Apostol or Spivak's Calculus textbooks, Kleppner's Mechanics, and Purcell's EM, while I studied Calculus through Larson's text and Physics through Halliday's text. And even as I look back on the previous materials that I've studied, I'm a bit hazy, especially in the areas of EM. Do you think I should be worried for being a bit fuzzy in the past materials, and do you think I will actually be a lot behind the other students who studied the introductory courses through a more rigorous textbook?