Hi, my name is Walter ill try to keep my background brief so as to not bore you with a wall of text, by all means this is NOT a sob story. I never applied myself in school, I did enough to get by as a low B, C student. I uncovered a passion for cars by fixing them myself, I had no money and neither did my parents so I was forced to fix it myself or let my car run itself into the ground. but before all of this, as long as my mother can recall I have always had a "thing" for taking things apart and putting them back together. Sometimes they would work, more often then not they wouldn't but I always continued to do this up to this day (now with a greater success at having my dismantled projects work!). I have reached a point in my 8 year career as an automotive technician where it all seems boring to me, nothing peaks my interest. I am considered a "B" level technician, I trouble shoot check engine lights, noise, vibration concerns, do regular maintenance. every day my job begins with an oil change and tire rotation, if my recommendations get approved ill wind up doing work such as timing belt, water pumps, down to brake jobs. its all monotonous to me, it no longer hold my attention, it feels like another day a McDonalds to me. I want to pursue an engineering career, I am leaning towards mechanical, I like user experience, and practicality of items, I break them down and find out why I like the way a button configuration is made on a steering wheel or how my Wii U has the ability to transfer game information to its mobile touch pad so I can walk around the house and play a game on my down time. My math is atrocious, I would say I am struggling in geometry. its depressing to me that a 27 year old has this level of math knowledge. Where do I begin? do you any of you have good resources I can turn to? the amount of information out there is overwhelming and its hard to know where to start. any help would be wonderful, than you very much.