I'm a 20 year old Engineering Major, and a sophomore at college, and my dilemma is a bit shaky. I'm a semester behind due to depression, which affected me greatly during the Spring of 2013. To top it off I joined college needing remedial Math, in which I didn't complete until the Summer, and Fall of 2013 since my ego was too big beforehand. As of Spring of 2014 I passed all my classes, but had to drop PreCalc due to inefficiencies in my studying, and the behalf of the department/teacher. I'll be glad to say that I passed the class yesterday with a hard earned B that cost me about 30-40 hours of studying each week for about 6 weeks. I'm a bit worn out from that class, and I'm not sure I should take the next Trig class in about week. I need Trig in order to take my first Engineering classes, and have full schedule as opposed to two classes if I don't take it immediately. My logic says that if I take Trig I would be worn out, and would probably render myself useless if I were to take a full load during the fall (Calculus, Intermediate Chem, EGG classes). However if I don't take Trig, I risk setting myself to more delays in graduation. What should I do?