A little background: I'm a high school student enrolling at a local university next fall. I plan to pursue a mathematics degree, have studied this Calculus book. During the next semester, I plan to study this book. Given that I've already taken Calculus I at university and read these books, I have two questions:
1) Do universities allow students to take courses like Calculus II and III concurrently?
2) Given the amount of material studied, would it be wise to take both courses simultaneously?
This is pertinent because I wish to take part in a REU or summer internship in the future, and my current schedule makes it impossible without taking Calculus II and III in one semester.
I ended up taking Calculus II at a neighbor university. It's been working out so far, for it seems to be just an in-depth look at integrals and infinite series. Morris Kline's Calculus seems to be a solid, albeit not very rigorous, introduction to the intuition behind calculus. The first 400 or so pages of the book covered all the information needed for taking Calculus II.