Hi, The curriculum for Electrical Engineering at the school where I am going to be studying is the following: (for 1st semester) Calculus I Digitaltechnik (Digital Technology) Linear Algebra Physics for Electrical engineering Circuit Technology I Currently I am studying a Pre-Calculus book and will soon start studying Calculus I on my own using Online resources alongside a Paperback. After I am finished with Calculus I will move to Linear Algebra. The thing is, I know how to study and finish those two subjects but I am lost when it comes to Circuits or Physics for Electrical engineering !! Because this is totally new to me and I have no experience at all with it. The reason I am studying these subjects before enrolling, is because the school is a top notch in Germany and I am anxious about the study load. And the school follows a policy, in which students shall drop out of the program in case of unsuccessful completion of the first two semesters' exams. So I am trying to be well-prepared and would really appreciate some guidance on this. The physics for the ¹st semester covers the follows: Physical quantities and units. Mechanics. Waves and Optics. Hydro and Thermodynamics. Quantum mechanics and atomic physics. Do you think I should leave Physics till I enroll? or it's a good idea to get into it from now?