Hello, physics forums. As an introduction to the community, i'm 15 years old and live in northwestern Ontario. I've recently became very interested in physics, but i've always excelled in math. I've looked into some textbooks, particularly Apostol's I and II, along with Spivak to bridge the two books. As a prerequisite to reading those three, i've also ordered Precalculus by Barnett. For after Apostol, I have bought Borelli and Coleman's Differential Equations. On the physics side of textbooks, i've ordered University Physics by Young & Freedman, but i'm a little confused on what to read after these books. I read in a thread about Artin's Algebra, and that it covers abstract and linear algebra. With the linear algebra in Apostol's books, I think I should be able to read Artin. I've heard good things about Rudin, but i'm unsure if I should buy Real and Complex Analysis if it is too complicated, especially if I will need knowledge of complex variables for electromagnetism. Any help is appreciated, i'm a very motivated student for this type of stuff, and i'm willing to work through the most rigorous books in order to understand the mathematical principles behind physics.