2) because of (1), I'll have just about no time for socializing. Those of you who knew me through my undergrad years will remember this from back then. When the semester starts, I dissapear
3) in spite of (1), if any of those of you taking math classes have any questions or need any help, *ASK*. I will still be willing to take some time to go over a point with you in hopes of helping you understand it. It also helps me, because all the stuff I'm doing now is going on in the background of what you're doing. It has actually happened that while going over the behavior of polynomials with someone that I gained some insight to certain ring structures I happened to have studied in class a week or so prior. Sure, I may have to turn you down once or twice, or perhaps call a particular study session short, but I will still make an effort to help you out. I realize this can be difficult stuff for some people, and you aren't helped any by the societal encouragement of math-illiteracy, so I will do what I can to help you overcome it.