Hi everyone, would appreciate a bit of advice here. I did Finance in college, however I feel that the classes weren't quantitative enough, only having Business calculus and very basic statistics. So now I am self studying maths again. What I did was take an online course in calculus which roughly covered Calculus 1 and part of Calculus 2, then continue with self study off Paul's Maths notes, Khan Academy and grading myself by downloading calculus final papers off American university websites and doing them. If I pass I move to the next. Now I'm halfway through Calculus 3. After I finish with Calculus 3, I plan to continue with a differential equations course (possibly off MIT OCW), then linear algebra and a proper statistics course. My questions are: 1. Are differential equations - linear algebra - statistics the right order to go? 2. After I finish all that, would I have quantitative skills roughly on par with a guy with a technical degree such as physics or engineering? 3. Is there anything wrong with the way I'm going about it, or any way I could improve? Thanks!