Are you an undergraduate physics student planning on attending graduate school? Are you a graduate physics student already, but you feel like you're missing something? Either way, this book could be a huge help! There are a lot of little bits of information that don’t get taught in undergraduate physics for one reason or another, but your graduate teachers still expect you to know it. That’s what this book is: all the super important bits you should know before entering graduate physics. This book is not intended for anyone without at least background in basic calculus and introductory physics, but if you like a challenge, then go for it!
Inside, you’ll find mathematical topics like vector calculus and tensor analysis as well as physics topics like electrodynamics, relativity, and quantum mechanics. Historical context is also given throughout the text to give you a deeper insight into each topic and to show how long it took the scientific community to develop the ideas, which can make you feel a little better about maybe not understanding it right away. You can find a table of contents and some sample pages here.