So I'm studying Calculus: Seventh Edition by Larson on my own, and I'm having good fun learning the material, but I have a complaint: things are going too slowly! I spend some time on it each day (probably two+ hours), doing every exercise of every section. Usually there are about a hundred (for instance, 124 in the 'evaluating limits analytically' section of the limits chapter). Do you guys think that's too many problems? I realize that practice makes perfect, and I'm as happy as anyone to hone my skills, but it seems like I could be learning much more stuff in a shorter time-span if I only did half the problems (all the odd ones so I can cut down on time and check my answers when I'm done). So would it be wise to continue doing all the problems, but take quite a bit more time, or would cutting out 1/4th of the problems or something not affect my proficiency much? How do you guys self study?