Hello again everyone. I have yet another question: this semester, I'm a tad behind in terms of math. This semester I'm finishing precalculus and next semester is calculus I. Given that I can't start any physics courses until I've cleared calculus I (and no, taking calculus I and physics at them same time isn't allowed. Calc I needs to be finished first), I'm a bit behind. Most students in physics start mechanics either now or next semester and I've been toying with different options on how to fix this. One option would be to go along the normal route and take mechanics next year and E&M the following semester. The second option is to take mechanics and E&M next year at the same time. I've asked a few advisors and some have been reluctant to give me advice. The general consensus is that it's possible but they don't know if it's advisable. Given, there is on advantage that I have and that is that all of my general education requirements (the English classes, languages, history, etc.) are finished versus spaced out between the four years like the sample schedule recommends. I could conceivably catch up later on and take physics courses when my peers are taking their gen eds but I'm afraid I'll go crazy taking three or four physics classes per semester. Any advice?