I’m beginning a graduate-level probability course shortly and it requires some general knowledge of univariate and multivariate calculus. I’ve never studied it much in a formal sense, so I’m looking for some resources that I could study/review in parallel.
As a learner I do better with intuitive real-world explanations rather than the overly theoretical, if that helps. So far I've mostly looked at Better Explained.
For reference, the book for the course is Introduction to Probability (Bertsekas and Tsitsiklis, 2008).