<p>Hi guys, </p>
<p>My name is Tom. I currently perusing a civil engineering degree. This is my first post so I'll start by telling a little bit about myself. First, I never graduated high school. My education was cut short when I was 17 years old. I was also a below average student before I left. Fast forward to the current day! I'm currently in a cc studying engineering science. I've nearly 60 credits and I've recieved all A's except for one B. the reason my grades are good is because I study really hard. The thing is, I've never taken a physics class in my life. I've never even seen a physics book. This has me very concerned. Everybody I talk to says its the hardest subject to take. These comments are continuously playing with my mind. I'm going to be taking engineering physics next September and I'm hoping you guys could answer a few questions for me.
1. How hard is it?
2. How much harder will it be for me?
3. Is it possible to learn myself over the summer. If so, can you give advice on how to do this. </p>
<p>Some background on my math skills. I recieved an A in calc 1 and am working REALLY hard to recieve an A in calc 2. </p>
<p>If I could get some feed back I'd be so thankful. I obviously have confidence issues because of my earlier education. So your feed back will help a lot.</p>