In what seems like another life I was a Theater Performance undergrad at a state university. I withdrew after 2 1/2 years in the program after I realized that I really didn't want to be an actor after all (turns out I kind of hate actors, go figure). Anyway, long story short, I am currently enrolled full time at my local community college in a program to get my Associates of Science. I am planning to transfer to a 4 year university to get me B.Sc. in Physics. I studied my butt off before my placement test and was able to place into Pre-Calc(this was a big deal, I failed Algebra II in high school because I didn't care. I didn't need math, I was going to be on Broadway!). I am continuing into Trig next semester, then taking Statistics over the summer and doing my second year in Calculus with Analytic Geometry (I and II). My question is, as someone who is interested in pursuing a degree in Physics, when I transfer to the 4 year will I be anywhere near where I need to be in mathematics? I started this race behind and I'm afraid I will be playing catch up for the rest of my academic career. I love math (never thought I'd hear myself say that. It's amazing what caring can do for a subject) and am willing to take math forever and a day, I just want to make sure to keep my expectations within reason. Thanks!