Hey guys, I am a software developer who plans to go back to school in September 2015 to get a degree in physics. I live in Europe so I will have to get a bachelor's degree (3 years) then a master's degree (2 years). I am 26 years old and at the moment, I spend all of my free time re-learning maths and physics. I would like to know if you could help me with a path to follow to (re)learn maths and physics. For example, I am almost done with Khan Academy (working with Integral Calclus at the moment). After that, there is no exercise to master so I plan to switch to physics until I lack the mathematical knowledge to continue. What should I do know ? I have the following resources that I bought or that were given to me by some friends : Calculus (Spivak) Discrete Mathematics with Applications (Epp, Susanna) Fundamental of Physics (Halliday, David) A mathematical introduction to logic (Enderton, Herbert B) Mathematical Methods in the Physical Sciences (Boas Mary) I still have almost a year to study things to be prepared for the bachelor (undergraduate I think) so I am confident. I work between 20 to 40 hours a week. What is your opinion ? Should I just learn maths and physics now or should I just focus as much as possible on mathematics and make sure that I master all the maths I will need for my studies ? If I have no problems with the maths, I'll have more time to solve problems in physics but I think it is wise to already solve a few problems now too. Thanks.