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Furthermore, I've heard how hard a math major becomes for students who are good at solving for a number but when things like proof-writing start because they are no longer doing the kind of math they thought they were so good at.

So I would like to start "truly" learning what is all that stuff that I've been studying for some time now but I would like to do that without going over the baby steps students have to go through when they are learning these kinds of things for the first time (so I wouldn't want to read a textbook). Any recommendations about what I should be doing to, what books to read or what sites etc I should be using would be extremely helpful. I am particularly interested in Calculus because I'm pretty confident about my conceptual understanding of the material learned before that.

So basically I need your help to guide me towards mathematical enlightenment.