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Science/Engineering Learning material Needed

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by healzer, Jul 3, 2012.

  1. healzer

    healzer Jr. Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Hello BHW

    I am starting my engineering schooling journey in 3 months (Academics) and I am lacking science knowledge since I finished an economic/business based education (high school).

    Now I need as much knowledge as possible in the following fields:
    • Maths
    • Physics
    • Chemistry
    • Mechanics


    Well it has to be above-basic, and on a moderate/high level difficulty.

    Now, I'm spending loads of time on IM projects so I cannot like split that time to spend on reading books. Instead I am searching for Audio or Video material (tutorials/guides/teachings) which can be downloaded (TPB) or viewed streaming (YT).

    If you have or know any online cources which I can follow/study just by listening or watching, then it would be great!!

    I'll rep & thank you !!

    kind regards
     
  2. smoky1930

    smoky1930 Newbie

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    Look at MIT opencourseware
     
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  4. iMinistry

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    google khan academy
     
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  5. guo_an

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    try searching calculas on ebay
     
  6. ugjunk

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    You should definitely checkout Khan Academy and Udacity. Personally, I am loving Udacity because of their approach towards explaining a particular concept.
     
  7. jammie

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    At what level are you studying? If it's college then you wont need anything but the books you're told to buy. If it's Bachelors it'll be the same. If it's masters you should already have the required knowledge and if it's a PhD you should have access to the journals required.

    Your local library will have books on these areas for free if it's anything below Bachelors level. Use them.
     
  8. r.s.mahanti

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    First one is almighty : google.com
    and the second one is
    youtube.com/education
     
  9. ReALeST

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    I would definatly suggest SixtySymbols on YT..they have some good vids..