Hello everyone. I've been on this forum for a little while, but haven't posted much, so here's a little about me. I'm 26 and a college dropout. I went for a year and a half after high school and discovered that I was no where near mature enough to be out on my own. Jump forward seven years and I have my stuff in order and would love to go back to school. There are a few problems though. I don't have the finances currently to go back, and work a full time job. Yes I know there are several people that juggle a full time job and school, which I would do other than my financial situation. I originally went to school for Computer Science, but have decided that I would much rather go for Astrophysics. It seems to be the only thing that continues to keep me interested. I know that it's a difficult field and it's tough to get a job pertaining to it. I still want to do it however. My question is since I've been out of school for so long, and my current job doesn't require math or physics, (and I've forgotten a lot about it) what do you suggest I do so I can re-learn it. I ultimately want to get into a situation where I feel comfortable going back to school and have the knowledge to know what's going on in the classroom. When I was in school I was decent at math, not great, not horrible. There were some things I struggled with, but I usually got it. Also the only physics class I took was in high school, and I did really well. I also took an astronomy class in college and that solidified my passion for it. If there's anything I left out let me know and I appreciate all the help!