## i want to get prepared for master at home..help please

Hello,
I am a 37 years old with a BS in physics
I decided to go for a Masters degree in Physics since it only takes about two years , i know it looks late but i love physics even though i wasn't so good in BS,
and since i want to finish it good and fast i need someone to answer these tow questions plz :
is it helpful to prepare my self at home by studying specific books or courses in physics and maths, or no need for that?
if i should to do that, what are those courses and books?
thanks a lot and have a great day
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 You will have to re-study all the fundamental courses you had during your bachelor, e.g. electrodynamics, classical and quantum mechanics, statistical mechanics. Refreshing on mathematics will be essential too. Doing all of that at home can get annoying, hence you supplement your learning at some with the video lectures available online e.g. like those by Prof.Susskind (Stanford University) : http://www.youtube.com/user/Stanford...videos?view=pl
 Recognitions: Gold Member These are other helpful links, (you can find many more): http://www.perimeterscholars.org/course-curriculum.html http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TcmGYe39XG0 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q6Gw0...feature=relmfu http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/physics/ its hard to answer your question because it depend on how well you remember physics courses, you may start at the masters level or review the BS level

## i want to get prepared for master at home..help please

thank you so much physiker_192 for the link that was so helpful

 Quote by physiker_192 Refreshing on mathematics will be essential too.
absolutely, it was my main obstacle i will spend more time on it :)
thanks again

 Quote by alemsalem These are other helpful links, (you can find many more): http://www.perimeterscholars.org/course-curriculum.html http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TcmGYe39XG0 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q6Gw0...feature=relmfu http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/physics/ its hard to answer your question because it depend on how well you remember physics courses, you may start at the masters level or review the BS level
thanks a lot for the links of the courses , i hope to take one like them :)
 another question plz: for a medium intelligent person but ready for hard work: how much time do you think it will take to get prepared? thanks again and have a nice day

 Quote by najat another question plz: for a medium intelligent person but ready for hard work: how much time do you think it will take to get prepared? thanks again and have a nice day