[I know that I've already posted the question, but I'm just looking for more answers.] I just graduated from high school and will begin university physics classes in 2 months. Even though I got decent grades in high school and understood most of the things, I feel as though there are still some gaps in my knowledge. I have Calculus by Stewart and University Physics. Which one should I start reading now? I've read somewhere that the latter one is used in some universities for the first 2 years so it seems that the book covers a lot of advanced topics. But I don't know a lot about Calculus 7E. The advice given to me on the previous thread was to read the Math book for it will give me the necessary background & I won't have to spend a lot of time taking the Math classes and would understand all the Physics for its from the beginning in the university and I've already studies in high school. Does this make sense?