I have always liked science and am able to understand concepts very well. I have taken bio, chem, ap bio, and honors physics passing all with mostly As and one B. But I'm not as great at math but have taken higher level math courses and have never got anything below a B, I'm hoping on taking calculus I at a community college I'm currently in AP stats which is a breeze. I have a great work ethic when it comes to preparing for exams and always go as far as I can with projects. But as I read more and more about electrical engineering I'm worrying that I haven't done enough to really prepare myself for what is to come. I'm going to go to a UC, will they go over the basics? Is not having a strong affinity for math bad? I can learn quick when I apply myself and I have in the past spent entire days studying for AP exams and my average on them is a 4.5. I just wanna hear what it's like for any current electrical engineering major in the UC system or anywhere really.