I'd like to switch to a physics undergraduate (Bachelor of Science) course next year, until the end of next year I won't be able to do much due to medical reasons, but I will be able to study for myself.
I would like to do proper preparation work, or even build a bit of a head start.
Do the following books build a decent foundation and preparation?
- The Feynman lectures on Physics: The New Millennium Edition
- Susskind's Theoretical Minimum 1: Classical Mechanics
- Susskind's Theoretical Minimum 2: Quantum Mechanics
- Susskind's Theoretical Minimum 3: Special Relativity and Classical Field Theory
- Spivak's Calculus
Are there important topics missing that aren't touched by these?