I am preparing for the PGRE for this fall. I did alright at many questions on the sample test that the ETS provided. But a question that really struk me was a question about the optic resolution, more precisely Rayleigh criterion.
I don't intend to ask it here since I already googled and found the answer.
But the real issue is here. I graduated from a small country in Africa that used French for educational language, and our program of study might differ signicantly from the US. It was quite a challenge to get used to English. Even something as easy as "torque" could drive me to overthink wth is that.
So I was wondering if there's an online full list of what topics the American curicula on physics. What I found here and there are only something like this:
- It covers most of the 3-year-udergraduate physics
- Classical Mechanics such as...
I don't know it is too long to write or they are only showing samples to push you into their commercial stuff. The only list that I found was on Harvard website. But they seem to be poorly written. The information is so redundant.