I'm also going in to Calc II, I'm doing fairly well in Calc I but I have an awesome teacher and I don't think I'm going to be as lucky this coming semester, anything I should pay specific attention to? My Calc I teacher said the next class will be heavily based in Integrals. Can anyone think of any specific areas I should focus on i.e., remembering specific identities, equations, theorems, etc. One big thing I noticed that came in handy this semester was simply using algebra to manipulate equations. We used identities a little bit to do this as well, but not enough to remember most of it. Will stuff like this pop up in later math classes?

One last question, does anyone have any advice to give regarding things to look out for? My background is pretty advanced diagnostics as an automotive tech. I'm very happy with my troubleshooting capabilities and would like to gear myself towards a career that highlights those skills. Any suggestions on a career that might pique my interest? Thanks in advance for you advice!