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Anonimus.Maximus

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For orgo, I swear by "Organic Chemistry as a Second Language." I consulted it wayyyy more than I did the official textbook.
 
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I used Bruice for both ochem I/II and it really has everything you need besides spectroscopy with thorough explanations.

What are you guys using for physics EM? Any good pdfs out there? I have university physics 2nd ed from wolfson but don't have a solutions manual :(.
 
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A prof who lets us bring a 3x5 index card on exams, and tiny handwriting.

Seriously though, I just used Khan Academy for physics.
Yeah Khan seems to be pretty good since physics 10 years ago is the same as physics now; at the elementary level of course like mechanics and EM.

We're doing electrostatics right now and the subtle idea seems to be to know your vectors inside and out. And the professor asks us these crazy curveball conceptual questions for whatever reason instead of the high yield (imo) calculations of net force or net electric field.
 
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