I would like to know some resources where I can learn all these different physics concepts that are on Brilliant. If you know any good books, websites, etc. just write them in the comments.

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MIT OCW Walter Lewin lectures are the best! The scholar version is filled with testing and all!! Freedman and young or Halliday Resnick and walker can serve as text books!! But Walter Lewin is the best!

Well... I took the pre-test and got Level 4 by guessing, and then (feeling cocky) proceeded to lose that level to a Level 2 problem. I don't even know what E+M is! :D

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MIT OCW Walter Lewin lectures are the best! The scholar version is filled with testing and all!! Freedman and young or Halliday Resnick and walker can serve as text books!! But Walter Lewin is the best!

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University physics by freedman and young

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Yo can refer "concept of physics" by HC Verma

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I would try to get hold of classical electromagnetism in a nutshell and the Feynman lectures.

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To fall in love with Physics, watch the entire series by Walter Lewin on Mechanics, Electricity and Magnetism on the official MIT channel on youtube.

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flippingphysics.com

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YES! ME TOO! It makes no sense!

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How are you so good at electricity and magnetism? I only managed to get to lvl 2 because of some basic concepts and multiple choice questions.

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Well... I took the pre-test and got Level 4 by guessing, and then (feeling cocky) proceeded to lose that level to a Level 2 problem. I don't even know what E+M is! :D

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For books I'd say you should read "Lectures on Physics by R.P.Feynman " ,or "Fundamentals of physics by Resnick,Halliday and Walker "

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