Hey guys. I have a quetion. I just found out that I can take Differential Equations through the "Individual Study Program". This means that I get the book, read it myself, turn in 12 HW assignments whenever I feel like it, and take three tests whenever I feel like it. I have a full year to complete the course. I was thinking that maybee I could take the course and do half of the work in the time between the Spring and Summer Semester, and then stop working on it while I go to school over the summer, and then finish it in the time between the Summer and Fall semester. I have almost 4 weeks inbetween the Spring and Summer, and about three weeks in between the summer and the Fall. Do you think I could do it? I know that is a short amount of time, but if that was the only class I was taking it seems to me like I could do it. I talked to a lady in the Independet study department and she said that the class would be hard to finish in 16 weeks. What do you all think. I was thinking that I could just watch all of the lectures on the MIT OCW site for DiffE to substitute for the lectures. One more thing, I am not particularly good at math, but I really do enjoy it, and I DEFFINETELY consider myself to be a self learner, and often look at going to lecltures as a complete waste of my time because I learn more by just reading the book. (I don't really learn much at all in the lectures. I think this is because I am kind of a little slower at learning the material as oppose to my peers.) What do you all think??