Your site has been very helpful to me, I thank you for making it available! I sent a question to your board a couple months ago, got the info I was looking for and embarked upon my journey. I'm a 37 year old single mom with a full time job. I'm putting together a plan to leave my job in January, to pursue premed credentials & a 4 year degree, to enter med school (probably in 2003). I have an Associate's degree in business, and have taken several medical-related courses as I work for a Disability Insurer. I've always gravitated toward anything medical. My overall GPA is 3.75, I test well, have a good memory and am self-disciplined. I need to use this next 4 months to get a jump on the coursework I'll be taking. I printed off some material from the Web about Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Algebra, Trig and Calculus. Everything seemed impossibly technical! I need something more elementary to help me get a step ahead of the material in which I must excel later. I've checked with the UNLV bookstore, and a couple other bookstores here in town, and also with your on-line book services, and Amazon.com, Borders, etc. Can you recommend a good text to prepare me for what's ahead? I need to feel better about the academic challenge than I do! Thank you, Dr. Henderson!