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I was wondering if anyone had any recommendations of books or websites that can help further my understanding of A level physics.

We keep getting told at college to do some wider reading but a lot of the books I've come across are either too advanced or too simplistic.

Any ideas?
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(Original post by ZoeJames_)
I was wondering if anyone had any recommendations of books or websites that can help further my understanding of A level physics.

We keep getting told at college to do some wider reading but a lot of the books I've come across are either too advanced or too simplistic.

Any ideas?
I have some useful PDFs on mechanics and electronics; i could upload them if you like.

They are slightly more advanced than A-Level, but they are very useful.
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I have some useful PDFs on mechanics and electronics; i could upload them if you like.

They are slightly more advanced than A-Level, but they are very useful.
I'd really appreciate that!
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I'd really appreciate that!
They are notes from an online MOOC course from MIT. You should check out edX. I've done numerous courses on there and they have all benefited me.

They are too large to upload. PM me an email address (make a new one if you like) and i will email them.
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They are notes from an online MOOC course from MIT. You should check out edX. I've done numerous courses on there and they have all benefited me.

They are too large to upload. PM me an email address (make a new one if you like) and i will email them.
It says you need to clear some space in your message quota before I can send one
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It says you need to clear some space in your message quota before I can send one
I've cleared some space; it does fill up rather quickly - and there is no warning that it is full.
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You should check out the Feynman lectures on physics. Just pick out a couple chapters that are relevant to your syllabus as they're explained in a really accessible way.
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You should check out the Feynman lectures on physics. Just pick out a couple chapters that are relevant to your syllabus as they're explained in a really accessible way.
Agreed.
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