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Tsokos is damn good, but at times if the explanations don't make sense, then Giancoli is very handy.
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if you type in 'ib physics revision guides' on amazon, there are a few good ones. I bought the light blue one with a red atom on - it's prett good!
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Tsokos is definitely the best choice.

You can buy the book here from Amazon.
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Giancoli is possibly better with respect to scientific content, but it also includes many portions that lie out of the scope of the IB programme. Tsokos is decent enough if you will be using it for the IB. I find its explanations very simple and the supplementary material in the orange boxes can be very useful, too. So, I agree with the above posts. Tsokos would be the best choice at this stage.
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Could you clarify which book is the most recently updated by attaching a link? Thankyou
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(Original post by nota bene)
Tsokos "Physics For the IB Diploma"
Could you attach a link for the one that you think is best as there are a few
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