Is it even possible to learn maths by yourself? Learn how to do exercises and tests with faculty-tier difficulty, all by myself?
How would I go about that?
Just open a textbook and read what's inside. That exactly what lectures are, reading from a textbook out loud. Sometimes lecturers add in their own stuff to make it more "understandable" but that really isn't necessary.
However, I do advise you to bring your brain when learning math, especially by yourself.
Forgo to precise.
I was complete garbage at math, even got caught cheating at an exam.
Now I'm doing med studies, but I just really want to see if I'm actually able to be good at math and have good logic and reasoning skills, because I didn't put any effort at all back in Highschool.
I never go to lecture and learn everything from my book/script. Here are the scripts for Analysis first year (in German):
The book I used on top of that was Rudin - Principles of Mathematical Analysis.
I have. I self taught from arithmetic to calc III, linear algebra, diff. eqs, complex analysis and few other bits.
I'm not extraordinarily intelligent, I'd say maybe a bit above average for my degree and uni.
Hat's auch gut geklappt notentechnisch?
Teilweise frage ich mich: Wozu in die Vorlesung gehen, wenn ein Selbststudium effizienter sein kann und das Verständnis eh mit der alleinigen Auseinandersetzung kommt.