delsub wrote:please help me by voting or typing your feedback. i am really at a loss here as to how to start.
thank you very much.
The correct answer, specifically 'all of the above with the exception of that rotten purple nightmare', wasn't in your poll so I opted not to vote. There is no single source that you should be studying. You should do the practice exam questions to get a feel for the type of questions asked, the way in which they can and should be solved and to get the feeling of solving 100 physics problems in the 3 hours you are given. You need to study your undergrad textbooks (like Halliday, Resnick and Walker, Griffiths QM & EM, etc) because those textbooks would have been where you learned the material for the exam, and you should be seeking out additional problem sets and resources and utilizing those.