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Physics C Review Book for someone with no experience in Physics???

polar926polar926 Registered User Posts: 38 Junior Member
I am a senior currently enrolled in Physics C at my school. I will be taking both Mechanics and E&M in May. I've never done ANY sort of physics before (literally, nothing from 7th grade until 12th grade). I've already taken BC Calc, so I don't struggle with the math part of it at all.
My teacher is OK at teaching. He teaches us simple stuff about each unit, then gives us tough homework, and even tougher quizzes (most people get about 75 on them, and most of the people in Physics C are really smart). I struggle conceptually with problems.
Ex. if a problem involves using three formulas together to get a final variable, I struggle to figure out which formulas to use and how to incorporate them together.
What review book should I get? I've heard good things about Barrons and PR.

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