Is there any way I can gauge whether I'll be fine in these classes? MATH1011 had a diagnostic quiz at http://www.maths.usyd.edu.au/u/UG/JM/MATH1011/ which I could do about all of (except 1 question that I needed to review), and I also looked at MATH1011's past exams which I could do about 1/4 of on my own (I haven't covered multi-variable functions like f(x,y) so I couldn't answer any of those questions). MATH1002 I have no idea of except for the introduction to matrices I did on khanacademy which was just things like multiplying, finding inverses, and solving basic linear equations with them. I was thinking of doing MATH1014 do make it easier on me but I need 6CP maths for semester 1 and MATH1014 only runs in semester 2.

My main worries are that I've been focusing mostly on calculus in my self-study so I'm very weak on any questions relating to geometry (let me know if this is a problem, esp in MATH1002. I saw some geometry-related questions in past exams) and statistics/probability. I basically completed 92% of KhanAcademy in about 3 months over about 350 hours so I'm quite stressed hoping I've learned what I needed to.

I also tried getting into MATH1111 to make it easier on me (maybe too easy with my preparation!) but for some reason I got denied and they take forever to respond to e-mails and it seems like it'll be too late at this point to get in.