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Any PDFs i could read to build an understanding of electromagnetism from bottom to top? GCSE revision guides are not very good at helping students understand anything it seems.

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  • $\begingroup$ You might stipulate your prerequisites so that an answer particular to your needs can be posted. For example, knowing your background knowledge in mathematics would be helpful. Do you know Calculus, in particular Vector Calculus? $\endgroup$ – K7PEH Apr 11 at 18:24
  • $\begingroup$ I know only mathematics at the further maths gcse level. I know only the basics of differentiation, integration and logarithms(i do not know vector calculus). do you think I should try to improve in mathematics before trying to understand electromagnetism in detail? $\endgroup$ – Ubaid Hassan Apr 11 at 18:31
  • $\begingroup$ Read what you can and when you encounter something you don't understand then read that. I suggest you consider getting a copy of some text used by by courses on General Physics with Calculus. There are a lot of good text books. I have one that is 53 years old and it would still be good today. This is the text I used in Freshman General Physics: "Physics, Part I and II" by Halliday & Resnick. A more modern version would be something like "Physics for Scientists & Engineers" by Douglas C. Giancoli. $\endgroup$ – K7PEH Apr 12 at 1:07
  • $\begingroup$ And, an up to date edition of that Halliday & Resnick text is available today where Kenneth Krane is an added author. $\endgroup$ – K7PEH Apr 12 at 1:09