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## Main Question or Discussion Point

I was wondering if there's some kind of curriculum I could follow to self-learn undergraduate physics and math. I'm a senior in high school, I took Pre-AP physics last year and am taking AP Physics this year. I also took a computer science class and am taking another one this year. I self-learned basic calculus such as single-variable derivatives and integrals, and solids of revolutions, though I haven't quite started multi-variable calculus. I'm also reading a few books on relativity and quantum mechanics.

This year I have three free class periods which may soon be four, that I can use to study math and physics.

My main question is, are there are any curricula I can follow to learn undergraduate math and physics? I'm not really sure where to start, what to study, or what order. Also, is there any place I could get problems to practice what I learn? I also have access to the library at a local college, would that be a good place to get materials for self-study?

I want to learn as much as I can before school ends. I want to learn all the major topics topics in math and physics.

This year I have three free class periods which may soon be four, that I can use to study math and physics.

My main question is, are there are any curricula I can follow to learn undergraduate math and physics? I'm not really sure where to start, what to study, or what order. Also, is there any place I could get problems to practice what I learn? I also have access to the library at a local college, would that be a good place to get materials for self-study?

I want to learn as much as I can before school ends. I want to learn all the major topics topics in math and physics.