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I'm interested in learning about Quantum Physics, but I know I have a long time before I actually get to that level. A really long time. Like I've only come a couple steps in this thousand mile long journey.

So far, I have alot of Single-variable calculus, and Calculus-based Introductory Physics of Electricity and Magnetism, and Mechanics under my Math/Science belt. (I took AP Physics C, and AP Calculus AB in my last and most recent year of high school if that gives you any indication of what I know so far)

I would really appreciate just a list of what I should cover, when I should cover it, and what I should emphasize.

I just need to do this. I don't care how long it takes me, as long as I get there.

Thank you for any help or advice that you can give me, even if it isn't much.

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# What should I study next to get to the level I want?

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