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Hello, tomorrow at any time I can take my first ODE test on the following: Directional Fields, Solutions of Some DEs, Classification of DEs, Integrating Factors, Seperable Equations, Modeling w/ First Order, Linear vs. Nonlinear, Population Dynamics, & Euler Method

I am taking this course online in half a semester, and even though I've taken Calculus III before in the same format, I am struggling way, way more with this class for a variety of reasons. What it comes down is that, beyond some of the very basics, I feel totally lost on lots of these areas, and the class materials aren't helping me learn and are extremely limited.

Are there any good review videos on YouTube that I can watch to try and quickly internalize everything correctly? Or channel series I can quickly go through? I tried to watch Professor Leonard, but it was hard to exactly match everything up with our topics, and was very time consuming to go through. Or is there anything else I can do to try and quickly learn this stuff? I'm willing to try any methods or ideas that you have / have helped you in the past.

Thank you, I hope you can help.
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I'm going to study with a tutor tonight, so if you have any specific concepts you think I should focus on with them too, just let me know.
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