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Does anyone have any degree level revision notes for physics? This website doesn't have any.
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Does anyone have any degree level revision notes for physics? This website doesn't have any.
For what topic?
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For what topic?
All of them, but preferably quantum mechanics.
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All of them, but preferably quantum mechanics.
Lol revision notes for every topic? Now I'm not sure what exactly you mean by revision notes?
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Lol revision notes for every topic? Now I'm not sure what exactly you mean by revision notes?
Basically like this:
http://quantumquasar.forumotion.com/...ics-articles#7
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Sorry I don't have anything like that, and your link seems to be more like GCSE or A-level physics material
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Sorry I don't have anything like that, and your link seems to be more like GCSE or A-level physics material
Yes, but I'm working on it

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Yes, but I'm working on it

What level qualification of physics are you studying now?
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What level qualification of physics are you studying now?
I'm just finishing a gap year now, I start undergraduate in September
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I'm just finishing a gap year now, I start undergraduate in September
Maybe look at your course unit details and do some independent research.
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Maybe look at your course unit details and do some independent research.
ok
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Yes, but I'm working on it

The problem is it's very hard to revise something if your haven't learnt it yet, and there is no way to give you notes on every topic, it would be thousands of pages of content if it's not just superficial stuff (which degree level should not be)
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The problem is it's very hard to revise something if your haven't learnt it yet, and there is no way to give you notes on every topic, it would be thousands of pages of content if it's not just superficial stuff (which degree level should not be)
I already know the basics of relativity and astrophysics, I mainly just need help with maths for Quantum Mechanics
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I already know the basics of relativity and astrophysics, I mainly just need help with maths for Quantum Mechanics
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Mathematica.../dp/0521679710
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Thanks
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Thanks

I have this book, I also recommend it
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