I graduated in June of 2015 with a bachelor's degree in theoretical mathematics. I've since been tutoring mathematics at a community college. As an undergrad, I took two semesters worth of probability and statistics. Now, I have ambitions to continue my education because I found those courses particularly interesting. However, I'm afraid that I may have forgotten some of the material that I previously learned. The good news is, I've had the opportunity to tutor students in elementary stats. Even if it's rudimentary, I figure it has to help. Additionally, I've been studying my books and watching lectures online. So, the material hasn't become completely foreign to me. I'm not concerned with the difficulty of the subject. For me, it's about becoming familiar with the problems again. I plan on visiting a school within the next few weeks to learn about the program from an advisor. (This particular school only requires one previous semester of statistics, the usual calc sequence etc.) Is there anything more I could be doing? Am I taking the necessary steps? One of the reasons I joined this forum is to immerse myself into the subject. Are there any other resources I can look into? I apologize for the long-winded post. Thanks.