This is a little bit of a niche topic.
I've dealt with a pretty bad dose of long COVID that has caused some serious gaps in my mathematics (basically causing terrible arithmetic skills and a really shaky foundation). Here's essentially what I'm dealing with. I've seen the mathematics in old courses (Ross' Analysis, etc.) before but my memory is shaky and when I go to do problems I know how to start but my newfound significant lack of algebra,trigonometry,etc. hinders me from properly completing the proof. Therefore, I know I need to go back and review from the ground up before relearning the necessary proof based math foundations like Abstract Algebra, Analysis, Topology, etc.
I am debating whether to go down the path of using the Beast Academy and Art of Problem Solving books to do so or going through books used in Developmental Mathematics courses and then following the "conventional" community college/university path that leads to Stewart's Calculus, etc.
For someone wishing to go back to grad school in Math, which route would you take and why?