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I am a physics major student who graduated last summer. During my undergrad years and now in my graduate level studies I always worked experimentally. I worked in labs with professors for years. Of course with a moderate amount of studying and with the help of my succesful research career in experimantal optics, I graduated and accepted to the graduate school. I applied for research assistantship and took the exam. Unfortunately I realised that my knowledge and problem solving abilities had become dull over the years. Especially in Classical Mechanics. Could you suggest a book or two for a graduated student who took calculus and a intro. classical mechanics etc. what I mean is I know most of the concepts I don't need to start from the very bottom. I can understand derivations. What I need is a lot of solved examples and exercises with increased difficulty. I know I can't solve a tough problem on my own right now. I just need a guidance. Is there any source that can help me?