I am into two months preparation for November PGRE. For modern physics, I am using concepts of Modern Physics, 6th edition, Arthur Beiser. I am thoroughly going through the text practicing solved examples and exercises at the end of each chapter. However, I am helpless as I couldn't attempt some of the problems. So, I often skipped those problems. As students solution manual is not available, its sometime difficult to get along. Please suggest how you guys study this particular book. Do you work out all the problems?
As for HRW, I am working out most of the odd number problems at each chapter's end. For this, I am somewhat in better position as I have a solution manual to assist me. Am I going on the right track or should I do some random problems only? And concentrate more on covering the syllabus first. Periodically, I am also doing the test papers.
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