Well, I just finished my last two courses (Physics 2 w/Calculus and C Programming) required for my transfer over to my local university for their physics program of which I will be starting in the Spring Semester 2009. I am currently signed up for Linear Algebra, Classical Mechanics, and Electricity & Magnetism for Spring Semester 2009 and I was wondering what advice would you guys give me in preparing for the rigorous demands of the university? I would like to maintain my "A" honor roll and therefore would appreciate any tips you can give me in doing so. Coming from my local community college, I know it will be a new experience especially at the university. Also, I plan on working perhaps two part-time jobs both located in school; one being a math tutor and perhaps working at the school bookstore while going to school full-time. Your advice is greatly appreciated. By the way, what other math courses would you recommend as I progress through my higher level physics courses? Some of the math courses I have considered are vector analysis, abstract algebra - are these helpful? Oh, and I also made A's on both my Physics 1 and Physics 2 with Calculus.