Physics is like oxygen to me. But due to some unavoidable circumstance I was not able to get in a science college for undergrad Physics. But now I am in III sem (second year) Electrical(electronics & power) engineering with a cgpa of 8.6. I have not yet quit on becoming a Physicist. I was advised to go for Physics GRE for MS in Physics. And then Ph.D.
I have a fair enough base of Physics and I am really comfortable with calculus. I showed distinctive performance in national level Physics Olympiad.
Here's what I used to study physics from: Renick/Halliday for basics, Paul A. Tipler for a level advanced, I.E Irodov for some serious Physics and problems, Feynman's Lectures for getting edge over others and finally my favorite Khan Academy.
This helped me a lot in Physics but now question is, I am studying electrical engineering and have lost contact with pure physics since a year. I dont have any physics subject in curriculum. I will have to do it in parallel. Plus amazon is useless. So, I can only rely on web like for e-books, videos and open-course-ware.
Can anyone please help me regarding Physics GRE and online study material ?