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Basically, to keep it short, I want to teach myself physics for personal interest but unsure what order the topics should be learned. For a bit of background, I have an A level in physics and that's all, that covered basic mechanics, and introduction to nuclear, thermal and quantum and magnetism. is there any specific order I should go from there? I have many books on physics but they are all way beyond my knowledge at the moment (I want to work my way up to understanding quantum mechanics and relativity) I'm fine with any maths techniques used as that is my degree
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This handbook might help
https://www.lancaster.ac.uk/media/la...and1920-UG.pdf This is what my daughter studies and shes in first year. Its all phys1## which is the first year modules, and from second year she gets to do core modules then some optional ones.
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thanks so much!
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