Next fall I will be taking EM, Mechanics, Quantum mechanics and a 2000 level mechanics lab that is its own course. I will also be doing research for credit, however the professor is very lenient on when we meet and how much work is done. My concern is one, that i think my EM knowledge is sub-par. Secondly, I am worried that it is just too much work and that I wont be able to truly understand all of my courses because it is simply too much new information. So my question is, how can I properly prepare this summer for the coursework? I read on ZapperZ's should I become a physicist thread that Math methods for the physical sciences is a great book, so I think I should try and go through that. Also, for my lab in mechanics I was told by a friend the professor recommends reading/using error analysis by taylor. Is there any other insight you guys can provide? I dont want to be overwhelmed out of physics, but I also dont want to fall behind. Thanks a lot, I really appreciate the help you guys provide. Also, I have taken calc 1-3 and differential equations if that factors into your advice!