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Jamb Series Part 23: Books Worth Reading For Jamb Physics — 21 Comments

  1. Anonymous on said:

    Please which one is better new school physics or science physics

  2. Anonymous on said:

    I’m using comp
    lete physics

    • Anonymous on said:

      How about NEW SCHOOL PHYSICS

  3. Anonymous on said:

    what about new school physics

    • Anonymous on said:


  4. Hawal on said:

    We Will All Pass It Inshallah

  5. banjo on said:

    All inclusive calculations in physics by Solomon dauda yakwo is the best just 2 weeks have got confident

    • Adeniyoy on said:

      Yes na so bro

  6. Abdulrazaq on said:

    What about the essential physics

  7. Emmanuel on said:

    What if i use essential physics

  8. Nasir on said:

    Where can I get the afolabi physics textbook

  9. Oleka Emmanuel C. on said:

    Sir What If Use Essential Physic For My Jamb?

  10. Nwobochi precious on said:

    the past questions is it that of Johnson publishers cos that’s the one I v been reading how about it.

  11. Aeesha on said:

    What of I use Senior Secondary Physics

  12. Favour nkiruka on said:

    Am not afraid of jamb again because all my friends pass with high scores from ExamplotӢcom in 2017 over 270 all of them,So I will use them too for jamb no shaking

  13. Soneye Saheed on said:

    These are cool books, I can remember reading Fundamentals of Physic by Nelkon, M and Advanced Level Physics by Nelkon, M and Parker at a public library and I really love them.

    Personally, I believe it’s better to read New school Physics or Senior Secondary School Physics by Okeke, P. N and Anyakoha together with Lamlard Physics for the calculation aspects.

    Then, if you want to advance your Physics knowledge especially in the theoretical aspects,
    -Comprehensive Certificate Physics by Olumuyionwa A. and Ogunkoya O. O,
    -Fundamentals of Physic by Nelkon, M and;
    -Advanced Level Physics by Nelkon, M and Parker
    can now follow.
    These 3 textbooks are a little bit advanced and a physics beginner might not find them helpful unless you are good with the basics of physics.

    This is just my own view from experience. Well, kudos to you. I love those textbooks you mentioned.

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  14. chinaza on said:

    how about that

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