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Hi, i'm going to have to have a fairly hectic 2nd year for my undergrad course. I'm accellarating and doing third year Quantum Mechanics and i'm therefore going to try and learn as much as i can before the start of the semester.

The course information is listed here:

http://www2.le.ac.uk/departments/physics-and-astronomy/extranet/student_area/module_info/module_specifications/PA3210.pdf [Broken]

Which covers the first 150 or so pages of Quantum Mechanics by Alastair I M Rae:

http://rapidlibrary.com/download_fi...hanics+-+Modern+Mevelopment+4ed+-+A.+Rae+.pdf

I was wondering how i should go about learning the material. Should i just jump in and start reading the book? What Maths do i need before i start? Are there any better materials to learn from - 150 pages seems very short for a large-credit 3rd year course?

I'm basically looking for the most efficient way of learning the material to a reasonable standard. My marks get boosted by 20% because i'm accellarating, so i don't have to be as rigorous as if i was doing it in my 3rd year.

Any help appreciated. :)

The course information is listed here:

http://www2.le.ac.uk/departments/physics-and-astronomy/extranet/student_area/module_info/module_specifications/PA3210.pdf [Broken]

Which covers the first 150 or so pages of Quantum Mechanics by Alastair I M Rae:

http://rapidlibrary.com/download_fi...hanics+-+Modern+Mevelopment+4ed+-+A.+Rae+.pdf

I was wondering how i should go about learning the material. Should i just jump in and start reading the book? What Maths do i need before i start? Are there any better materials to learn from - 150 pages seems very short for a large-credit 3rd year course?

I'm basically looking for the most efficient way of learning the material to a reasonable standard. My marks get boosted by 20% because i'm accellarating, so i don't have to be as rigorous as if i was doing it in my 3rd year.

Any help appreciated. :)

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