Hey everyone. I'm a senior in high school who is taking AP Physics C, and I love physics. I've already known pretty much everything in Physics C (apart from some calculus derivations in E&M) from self-study, and I've studied astronomy and astrophysics a lot throughout high school as well. I've luckily been accepted to Stanford, and I might major in physics (MechE if not), so I thought it would be fun to try and cover everything in my physics textbook this final semester of high school. We have two textbooks - Physics for Scientists and Engineers (3ed) by Knight and Physics for Scientists and Engineers (5ed) by Paul Tipler. I find Knight's book to have better conceptual explanations, but Tipler seems to be more concise. Both books cover the exact same things though. Which book would you recommend? I know all the mechanics, most of E&M (just need to review EM waves and AC circuits), fluids, basic optics, and special relativity. I need to cover thermo, the rest of optics, and the rest of relativity and quantum physics (the Knight book has 7 chapters about relativity and quantum physics!!). Is this feasible in one semester? If so, do y'all have any specific advice for me? Also, a friend of mine suggested that I read all the chapters in the textbook, even though I know most of them, to make sure I really solidify all the material and have absolutely no misconceptions. Would this be wise or a waste of time?