I am currently refreshing my Elementary Algebra using Schaum's Outlines. I find them useful as they are choc full of exercises (Which I now realize is the only way to master algebra). I am worried though that I will forget a lot of what I have learnt in a year or two as I move onto more advanced Math.
Do Mathematicians constantly practice by doing exercises to prevent them from forgetting? Or is there a point where you just know how to do Algebra similar to riding a bike or driving? I enjoy doing the exercises but I don't want to have to keep going back to basics every few years.