What are the most useful books an undergraduate in math should read? I found Alock's "How to study as a math major" and "how to study for a math degree" very useful. Are there any other good readings before starting a math degree (or any other material which may come in handy, like shaum's mathematical handbook of formulas and tables?)?
[EDIT: can you suggest some readings to prepare for physics courses that will be included in the degree too?]
[EDIT_2: Thank you for your answers, but I was rather searching something about how to get started with university math or some useful book that can be used during the degree as an "help" (e.g.amazon.co.uk/Study-Mathematics-Degree-Lara-Alcock/dp/0199661324 and amazon.com/Schaums-Outline-Mathematical-Handbook-Formulas/dp/… ). Can you help me?]