Advice for 8th standard student
Hello,
I study in the 8th standard and am a fanatic about maths and physics. My knowledge in Math is upto Partial Differential Equations and I know physics upto HallidayResnick level. I dont know how to progress further. Could anybody please help ? 
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Would somebody please give me some good suggestions? I am in real need of Help!!

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hhhmmm, maybe you should study Partial Differential Equations.

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Please could you state fully what math you know.
After Halliday and Resnick you should study intermediate classical mechanics and electromagnetics. For the former I recommend "Classical Mechanics" by John R. Taylor. I cannot recommend an electromagnetics book, I used Griffiths' "Introduction to Electrodynamics" as an undergrad, and it is by far the most popular book, but I have never liked it. On the other hand, owing to its popularity, you can probably find a used copy for a good price. For your information, the math an undergrad physics student should know by the time he or she graduates is, in approximate order: Single and multivariable calculus Linear algebra Ordinary differential equations Partial differential equations Complex analysis And if you have a tolerance for math, Differential geometry. A book you can study with profit is: "Mathematical Methods in the Physical Sciences" by Mary L. Boas 
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Sorry for being an idiot, but what the hell is an 8th standard student? Is that the same as being an 8th grader [ here in the U.S. ] ?
Again, I am sorry for my ignorance, but I just had to ask that question :blushing: 
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Yes, thrill3rnit3 , it is the same as 8th grader (As in the U.s.).

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