Hi, I graduated undergrad in December, and plan to start grad school in the Fall. In the off semester, I thought it would be fun to try to teach myself special/general relativity because my undergrad didn't really do it. I have looked at a few books, and I have really liked the explanations given by Rindler's Relativity: Special, General, and Cosmological. However, I think it would be really useful to have practice problems WITH SOLUTIONS to teach myself. Rindler's book has some problems that look really good... but I can't find a solution manual anywhere. Does anyone have suggestions on... how to practice problems in a self-teaching scenario? This is the first time I've tried to learn a subject this big without a class to give problems/solutions - and I'm finding it tough. The publisher's website says there is a solutions manual available to instructors (which would be great), but I doubt they would let me have it.