Hello I am currently a university student studying business. I am going to apply to a program in electronics and information engineering. I liked the program because it is a mix of computer science (algorithms, operating systems, software engineering and computer architecture modules) , IT (communications systemss, among others) and electronics (ee 1,2, microcontrollers, digital electronics, among other modules) I am just really worried I might not be able to cope or struggle with the program. I am not good at math though I am learning it well. It takes a lot of time to really understand math in my opinion, it is easy to just rote learn it fast and practice for me though. I also have some mental problems so I often struggle, I am starting out at 21 which is a bit late. It is concerning so I often think I should drop university all together. This is difficult for me to do as I have very few skills except for 3d art, but deep down I've never really known what else to do? I always love to learn and create things. What are some good electronics books you can recommend? and what should one do to prepare himself? I mean really preapare himself. I have gone through the syllabus and I will start studying it, but just wanted to know from others. When I start the program in about 6 months I want to "hit the ground running". But most importantly I want to actually learn and understand! if you can understand what I am saying, I hope not to become one of those students who is just working towards a pass. I really enjoy mathematics and physics but am weak at it..Mainly because I never studied it too much before. I never took exams in physics to obtain my university entrance qualification. Ps: when I was 15 I was the best student at physics and electricity was my favourite topic, we had covered just the basics though..current, voltage, power, resistance ohms law, circuits and measurements I remember getting the highest grade in the lab and the test (5/6)..after that I didn't attend school much, in fact due to family problems and cyclical poverty I've only attended 6 years of school in total, the last time i hurriedly completed my final exams so as to get into university. thank you for your time, sorry if anything is not clear.