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## Main Question or Discussion Point

I'm starting my first year of university this September, and I'm trying to pursue an combined honours in mathematics and physics. I'm starting the standard physics course in first year, covering classical mechanics and electromagnetism and some special relativity, but I'm most worried for the math courses. I have to take a proof based analysis course for both Calculus and Linear Algebra. I know its going to be tough and I'm prepared to work for it, but are there any tips or helpful advice that anybody can offer for my position? I know how to study math/physics I think, but I think it'll be a lot different in university, regarding how to study and material.