Are the susskind lectures a good way to learn quantum physics? I am doing just the introduction to quantum physics in high school and we have done: Black body radiation, photoelectric effect, Rutherford, Bohr's, Compton effect, pair production, a lot about de Broglie wave-matter duality, confirmation of W-M duality, linear superposition, uncertainty principle, Wolfgang Pauli's work, quarks etc. I would like to self learn actual quantum physics before I go to uni. I have the Zettili textbook but I found lectures from Stanford by Leonard Susskind so are they good? Is that how quantum physics is tought in most unis? The thing is that I want to prepare myself for uni quantum physics so I don't waste my time. Also, what's the math level required for quantum physics?