Recently I have been self-studying molecular and cellular biophysics. As a result of this self studying I have found that none of the texts that I have come acrossed or used have any exercises to tie into the texts. Now I understand that biophysics isn't normally a topic taught in many universities, at least not as a typical course; however, I find that after completing my daily reading within the texts, that I don't feel like I have gained a tremendious amount of understanding. More or less, I need some semi-sterile and previously answered questions to play with to ensure that I am understanding what I am readinhttps://www.physicsforums.com/images/smilies/love.gifg. [Broken] With that being said If anyone knows of a biophysics text, or a text that concerns topics within biophysics and has questions/examples within it to tinker around with it, I would be deeply grateful. To aid in narrowing down on books that would be of use I am including the list of texts I am reading at the moment: Biophysics- Glaser Mathematical Biophysics; Physico-Mathematical Foundations of Biology- Rashevesky Vol. 1 Molecular and Cellular Biophysics- Jackson (Which has questions; however, they are few in number). Thanks for any help.