So I'm not sure if this is the appropriate section, so mods, please move this as you see fit. I am a sophomore biochemistry major looking to go to graduate school for biochemistry or evolutionary biology (decision should be made by next semester after I take biochem formally). Unfortunately, I don't have any time in my schedule to take but one more math class -- either Calculus III or Math Stats I (maybe Math Stats II if I move some things around). I am really beginning to find math interesting after being in Calculus II for a semester, and am interested in continuing my studies in it as much as I can, through Diff Eq. So my question is: Is it possible to one to self-teach a class of that level? I'm by no means stellar at math, but that is how I learn most concepts anyway -- self study. I would like to study it 1) because my roommate (actuarial science major) has repeatedly told me and shown me how fun it is) and 2) because I feel like it could be useful in designing models during some of my graduate work (I see a lot of specialized models used in EEB, especially first order diff eqs). If it helps, I'm currently making a 92% in Calc II -- I'm FAR better at pure math than I am applied math, but I am more than capable of doing both.