So I'm a senior in high school and I'm just taking pre-calculus as my math class. I want to major in a field in engineering, most likely electrical, but I'm worried that since I don't have a great math background, I will fall behind other students in college. Most of my friends are in AP calc AB or BC and it bothers me a lot. I'm decent at math. High 90's average but I'm not getting those perfect 100's averages in math. I'm currently taking AP Physics B and I can say I'm doing better than most of the class except for the the 1-2 super smart kids. My physics average is a 99. My teacher gave out 2 100s to those 2 super smart kids. I can say I have a good work ethic which has gotten me among the top 10 students in my year. But I have to say I'm no genius. I cant get an automatic answer by just looking at a problem. But I enjoy learning physics and know how things work. Anyways, so you guys got any good advise? Should I read some calculus books and learn something during the summer before college starts at least? Will other students have an obvious and big advantage over me?