I got my final pick of books as extra readings/studying to supplement my rather deficient Physics C class. It's the Feynman lectures on Physics and Irodov problem book (and when my calculus is ready, I'll tackle Introduction to Mechanics by Kleppner and Kolenkow) How do you think should I approach both books? What is a good way to study them? Should I start reading Feynman before the Physics C class covers that topic, or after we covered the topic in class? BTW, I already had a physics course last year (physics B, so I have a pretty broad base). Do you think it's better to do all or most of the Irodov problems from 1 section, and then move on, or make a pick from each sections to get a more comprehensive view of physics? Thanks. PS: for anyone who solves Irodov problems, I feel your masochistic pain :) ; they are tough but super cool at the same time. I'm so happy with the book, I finally get to maximally use the calculus tools we learn!