thomas.wade.johnson wrote:Hi everyone,
I have been perusing the forum looking for the information I need, and even the search function yielded unsatisfactory results...
The situation: I have recently finished my 2nd year of undergrad physics in Canada, and am currently taking a year off to do a few co-op research terms in a row. This year off is seeming more and more like a good opportunity to write the physics GRE. I am curious if anyone has ever used the Feynman Lectures as a primary study resource in studying for the GRE (besides the practice exams, problem sets, etc.)? Can someone who is familiar with both the lectures and the GRE tell me if the level of the material in the lectures is advanced enough?
"Wikipedia articles are concise and effective.."
Haha, indeed, Wikipedia is like dlenmn on steroids.twistor wrote:Learning anything from Wikipedia is generally a bad idea. I get sick and tired of reading articles with links to irrelevant ***, written by people with questionable mastery of the language and often based on the information published on other, even more unreliable websites.
sidharthsp wrote:wiki really did help me.
I could always count on finding a decent, consise, but not overly technical article about it on Wikipedia.
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