I just took my first quarter of college physics and it made my head spin! I ended up with a C+ in the class and this is only my 2nd C ever. I'm not a genius so I study a lot and enjoy learning. Now, I really want to learn Physics and know that I need to do a lot more work than I did this past quarter to get a better grade. I'm willing to re-read all the previous chapters and re-do all the homework over this Christmas break so I can be better prepared for next quarter. We're using the 6th edition of fund. of physics by Halliday, Resnick, and Walker. What do you guys think of this book? I haven't looked at any other physics book to make a comparison. Do you know of any other books or study guides that you think would be helpful? Some people suggested The portable TA by Andrew Elby and Schaum's Outline of Beg. Physics. Anyone have any feedback regarding these? Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated! Thanks in advance.