Hey all. I'm curious about something. I've ordered some books and dvds on Algebra 1, 2, and Advanced Algebra (college) and they should be in relatively soon. How much could I possibly learn in 3 solid months of studying two or three hours a day? Now I honestly don't know how much material will be present because in highschool we spent a full year taking on one subject at a time, so I'm curious if anyone has thoughts on how much could be learned. I'm now a senior in college majoring in history before going to law school, but I just want to learn math because i've always wanted to dive into physics and deeper into chemistry. In highschool I basically ruined myself by rarely doing homework because I was able to get by with the daily lectures, so much so that I was able to get college credit for trig my sr. year of highschool which allowed me to skip all college maths. I'll admit that I have this fear or lack of confidence regarding math and that's one reason I don't want to jump directly into a college algebra class because I want my gpa flawless. I think I have some good materials to learn on my own, but i'm also sure i'll get confused on certain stuff, but luckily I can search around here to find answers if and when that happens. Why do I ask about 3 months specifically? Because it's summer and I have nothing else to do. Unfortunately, when the semester starts back up I'll be flooded with school assignments all of which will take away a great deal of time to study math, but oh well. I'm hoping I can put a nice dent in algebra and one day,*gulp* learn some calculus. Anyways, thoughts?