**Welcome to the forum!**

**Welcome to the forum.**

What do you mean by 'old' ? Some of us saw that age a while back.

My favourite place for 'teach yourself maths' is right here:

http://www.mathsisfun.com/index.htm

And if you want specific help, just post here on the forum.

Bob

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Welcome to the forum. Going back to school is one idea but whatever you do get involved on a forum like this one where you can ask questions.

Indeed. This forum is amazing. My explorations so far have been extremely rewarding. The knowledge you folks possess is beautiful (sorry haha) to me. I hope u all take time off occasionally to appreciate that. WARNING: The questions must flow! Haha. Soon.

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]]>I'm 40! Haha. For some reason, I've become obsessed with math. Twenty years ago, I graduated college with a BA in psychology but to my astonishment, I'm seriously considering going back to school to get my math degree. I've worked in economics but the math was pretty elementary (non-existent by your standards probably. Haha). I didn't have to do any real hardcore modeling or even statistics really.

I always did well and enjoyed math but didn't have any particular love for it...until recently. Just relearning quadratic equations has been a thrill. I assume it will take about a year to even be near-ready to begin college level math again which is funny because I tested out of everything but statistics when I was a dumb freshman 22 years ago. Haha.

I'm just starting to get back into it. So, I was wondering what tips and suggestions you guys have here. One year of prep seems long to me but I want to be realistic. I understand that math is like a musical instrument or language that one needs to practice. I taught music for 6 years so I understand how that works.

Thanks guys and gals!!!!

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