This will be the summer between sophomore and junior year for me and I want to do something good. I’ve got Pinter’s "A book of abstract algebra" waiting for me to play with and a video course for inorganic chemistry, too. But . . . I don’t think that’s enough. I’m not taking any of my school’s math courses because my parents/teacher think that I’ve been cramming too much math the past year. I’m also planning on volunteering at a marine biology institute. I want to go into biochemistry, so although that’s not too specific to what I want to do, it’ll be a good and something I can do while still being <18. Any ideas? No way am I going to spend my precious summer months binge watching TV. I want to be productive . . . .