well, i have an calculus exam tomorrow and i'm 100% gona fail. ive neglected calculus so i could study for other subjects and left only 2 days to study taylor's polynomial aproximation, series and function series, the latter two are way more complicated than i expected. good thing is i can retake this exam in one month. i need help knowing were to start, slides provided by the teacher are confusing (and very heavy) and lack examples, i've found that its muh more productive for me to have small exercises incorporated in the study material, it helps me a lot. last two days ive spent more time researching other sources of information orher than actually studying and solving problems, it has been very counter productive. classes during the semester were terrible, overcrowded and noisy, zero help, i learnt nothing from them. any books or websites you can suggest? exercise sheets? a weekly time-table, as in, where i should be at the end of each week to make sure i understand everything properly in time for the retake any other advice? i have all the time in the world in the coming month, i can study 8hrs a day if there is need to do that ( hope there isn't xD) do you think my future looks very grim? ps: there are also integrals but im pretty much good with those i just need to.practice a bit, not very concerned, looking at previous exams it makes up for 1/6 of the exam.