Okay, first of all im hoping I have posted this in the correct place. So the background is the following, I currently have an engineering degree but wish to actually expand my knowledge more in the physics side of things.I just would like to know a level of physics up to undergrad standard just because im interested more than anything. Now im just asking the question of what I would have to study/look at in order to get myself to that kinda standard. Obviously im okay with math, I know there are a few nuances with mathematical methods that differ and new techniques but I shouldn't have a problem with them. I will however have to relook over the math as I have not done it for a while but I expect it to come back. So really im looking for maybe some books or video courses that would take me through all the topics that you would learn in an undergrad physics course. I own the Feynman lectures on physics books but I really need questions and solutions I can get through in order to check my understanding, you obviously cannot learn by just reading you need to apply what you find out. If you can suggest maybe one or two books that are fairly comprehensive and include some mathmatical methods that would help. Thanks to everyone who replies.