Hello, I just came across this forum and thought of asking for advice! I am reapplying to Engineering and I am taking summer school (Full term) and need to take 2 more classes to boost my avg. Right now, I am enrolled in Physics II, Calculus III, and ODE and I have to choose two out of the three. I am reapplying to engineering and will need an A- in both classes. I haven't taken physics for 3 years, and I'm not that great with integration at the moment. The ODE course I am taking also includes Numerical Methods. I am curious to hear what experience people had with these classes. I've heard that ODE is "easy" however, saying something is easy is really subjective, and it gives me the impression someone is stroking their own ego. I've taken time off school to work and my skills have weakened. This year I took Calculus II (B) Linear Algebra (C+) and Probability and Stats for Engs (C). The difficulty I had this year was with regaining my momentum and taking care of personal issues. I got screwed over on my finals so my marks took a huge hit. I should've received at the very least B+'s across the board. An unfortunate outcome, however, life is complicated. This term my prof's seem to be equal in terms of teaching, and difficulty. Currently, I am keeping up with my classes and putting time in to solve any problem. I hope this will bring me to some sort of conclusion. I felt pretty comfortable with Linear Algebra working through proofs. I felt Linear Algebra is helping me to conceptualize physics problems, so that is a comforting thought. Last September I found Calculus to be a pain, but I have relearnt integration, so now I feel somewhat comfortable. My current decision is: ODE and Calc III. I've regained my momentum and finally am up to speed with my academics. My ODE prof told me to keep ODE at the very least. Thanks everyone for taking the time to read through this. Experiences and thoughts are more than welcome. Thanks.