What do you guys use the summer for when your not taking courses over the summer. I like to prepare for courses for over the fall. I'm not exactly sure how to but the idea of having courses just being review sounds very nice to me. Last summer I was able to find past tests, assignments, syllabus, etc. and was able to read through the sections that we would be going over during the fall, solve some old exams etc. This summer however I was only able to find one syllabus which had the textbooks that we were going to use next semester (i.e. same syllabus that I'll probably get) which has a couple of questions. I plan on finishing the questions. I plan on reading all my textbooks over the summer but after that I don't know what I'm going to do. I suppose reading them multiple times can help, but when you have no idea if the teacher is going to directly use the book, use only certain sections of the book, reading the whole thing can just be pointless. So this summer I think I'll read through all of them once. I've had several teachers who didn't even use the textbook period (it was a complete waste of money buying it) some who use the book frequently and you actually solve problems from the book. I dislike teachers who just come up with their own material and stuff making spending $100 dollars on a book pointless, but it's all good and they can do what they want. So like I don't know what I'm going to do with myself once I finish all the reading. What do you guys do? I mean I got a job and stuff but that's only like 30 hours a week and I need something productive to do. Finding another job and working like 80 hours a week is not a option, lol I applied to over 60 places (I kept a list). It's hard to get a job period, especially only for a couple of months and then they have to hire a new person so they don't like hiring college students. I would like to get an internship next summer so that way I have something to do but like I applied for some this semester and was pretty pointless as far as I haven't even taken enough major related courses. I don't know what I'm going to do O.O. Any ideas to help prepare me for next summer after reading all the books?