I'm planning to start a bachelor's program next year, and it looks like I'll be required to take courses in Linear Algebra as prerequisites for the classes I'm most looking forward to.
Several years ago I took calc courses, but it was extremely difficult for me, and I have not done any complex math in nearly a decade. I'd be fortunate to remember how to do a quadratic equation.
Quick research tells me that 'Linear Algebra' is more complicated than I would think at a glance. Do I actually need to revisit calculus? What other specific subjects will prepare me to handle university-level math again? I'm willing to get text books and tutors, as I have nearly a year to prepare.