I know you guys don't usually do this, but I've been a member here for a while, and this seems like the right section. Now, I've finally decided to pursue a higher education. I would eventually like to study genetics. I have a relatively high IQ(138, averaged, as of 2007) and a ninth grade education(with a GED). I've always scored high on any assessment test I've ever taken. These include the ACT, the GED test, the ASVAB, and the SAT(which I took only about a year ago). I can do most math, but it may take a while, and I might have to look up a symbol or term or 2. I've really only ever been taught up to the basics of trigonometry, and my memory is probably just a bit in need of freshening up. Science-wise, I'd like to think I'm pretty well-versed in physics, with the exception of quantum physics. Even with that though, I understand the basic concepts. I can hold a conversation about biology, but not with a geneticist. I guess you could easily just say I know all the basics, and figure things out rather quickly, but I still only have a ninth grade education. So, I was wondering if anyone could tell me where would be a good place to start with my pursuit? And just to clarify, I'm not referring to a location when I use the word place.