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Sources of Physics teaching.
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Sources of physics teaching. London, Taylor & Francis, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: OCLC Number: Notes: Selected articles reprinted from v. of Contemporary physics. Description: 2 volumes illustrations 27 cm. Series Title: Contemporary physics reprint.
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The only pre-requisite classes I have yet to take are Physics I/II. Other than that, I have completed all the major pre-requisites for the MCAT. I am wondering if self-teaching physics using the Khan academy videos and Kaplan book as a primary resources is feasible while studying the other material?