<p>It's been nearly a decade since I have taken any sort of Math class, and frankly I remember none of it. I have since gone back to school and am pursuing a degree in Electrical Engineering. I took the placment test (blind - no review at all) over the summer and ended up in Algebra II. This class, however, was under-enrolled and subsequently cancelled. I only attended one 4 hour class, but it jogged my memory enough that I went and took the placement test again and tested into Calc I.</p>

<p>We are now entering next semesters registration and I face a difficult choice. I took pre-calc in highschool but it has been 10 years. I can do one of two things:</p>

<p>1) Review Algebra / Trig / Precalc on Kahn Academy over the next 2 months and jump into Calc I next semester</p>

<p>2) Take Algebra III and Trig next semester at the same time to brush up and Calc I in the summer. (I see no point in precalc, if I'm going to review, might as well do it right)</p>

<p>I have always excelled in math, but I fear I may be pushing things a bit as I remember almost nothing about the subject matter and need to get through Calc I, II, III and diff eq, so a solid foundation is important. I also do not want to ruin my GPA (currently 4.0) as I plan to transfer. Is a 2 month review sufficient? What is the best way to proceed?</p>