This is my first time posting, so I apologize in advance if my question is inappropriate here. I wanted to know if it would be beneficial for me to review certain calculus topics before I take my first real analysis course. I have noticed that some calculus topics are involved in real analysis courses (e.g. sequences, series, definition of limit). If this is true, then what calculus topics would be helpful to review? If this is not the case, what self-study methods would most likely benefit me before I journey into proof-based math?
EDIT: I am completely new to proof-based math, so I am looking for a couple of self-study suggestions that would likely prepare me well for the rigor of real analysis. By self-study suggestions, I mean reviewing certain calculus topics (if it would be helpful), and/or certain titles of books, etc.