Wazzapnin'. I'm 14 and I'm going to be a 10th grader this year. My school doesn't offer post-BC math, so I have to take all of my math classes online. Currently, I am studying Real and Complex Analysis, Linear Algebra, Abstract Algebra, and Topology [W00T for Dover. ] on my own. Specifically, I am using Shilov's Linear Algebra as well as Shilov's Real and Complex Analysis. I'm using Hocking and Young for Topology, and Deskins' Abstract Algebra. Are these good books? What other books would you recommend that are relatively cheap [I'm talkin' Dover price ranges. ] JHU-CTY offers Multivariable Calculus and Linear Algebra. I'm fairly confident that I can finish both of these within 2 months [as far as the classes go]. Stanford's EPGY offer Ordinary Differential Equations, Partial Differential Equations, Real Analysis, Complex Analysis, Modern Algebra, and Point-Set Topology. Apart from ODE and PODE, I think that I will have taught myself the rest of the subjects well enough such that the classes would be review for me. Do you think that it would be worth my money to retake these courses online? If I don't take these classes, what should I do next? Are there any online distance education programs that offers classes beyond these? The local state university offers classes, but that's not an option due to transportation difficulties. What other options are there? Thank you. ~ Fizix.