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Independant learning inbetween college and work

  1. Sep 11, 2009 #1
    I'm a recent EE grad and a I have a month to spare before work. As lazy as this sounds, I'm not too keen on working an odd job, or even tutoring untill work begins. Spent the last few years doing that along with college.

    I was wondering if I should attempt to go through Griffiths Introduction to Electromagnetism and his book on quantum mechanics in this month. I never had the chance to read them in its entireity. Have a full month to spare - I reckon I can cover some ground.

    Or would this be too weird?
     
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  3. Sep 12, 2009 #2
    I am an undergrad physics student, and it took me about a month to review those two books over this summer preparing for GRE. It should be plenty of time, and it sounds like a good idea. =)

     
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