I m a first year engineering student and contemplating taking real analysis class next year. I have already done single variable calculus, linear algebra and multivariable calculus and did relatively well in them but I am not sure whether I will handle analysis. Analysis is not a prerequisite in my degree program, but in order to take classes like PDE's, higher statistics classes, discrete mathematics, I must have done real analysis. If I end up deciding to do electrical engineering (currently between mechanical and electrical), I would have to do complex analysis which requires a good understand of real analysis. How can I prepare for real analysis, what resources do you recommend? By preparing, I am not trying to get ahead, I just want to prepare to know whether I can handle it or not. Would very much appreciate your help!