I dropped out of college five years ago, before my studies really had begun. My original plan was to start again my engineering physics studies in January but my problem is that some of the courses available for spring are continuing on the fall studies. Now I got a bit surprising turn of events when I was kicked out of work due to productional reasons, so it came to my mind that why not try to study the fall part of calculus before the course part II continues. The problem is, that the test is in 16.1.2012, I work part-time in a new job for about 20 hours a week and – naturally – there are no lectures or demos available. So the course is planned to be 270 hours in work time, the material is a book written by our professor – or Adams's Calculus – I haven't done a single math problem since dropping out and the Christmas is coming. I really got nothing to lose so I'm giving it a shot anyway. I realize that my numbers are most likely compromised – if I even manage to pull through the course – but I'm wishing to hear, if you have some advices to give me according to study technique and is it realistic to get pass this.