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Part IA

  • PartIA_lms81.apkg - authored by Łukasz Segiet (2013)
    • Topics: Numbers & Sets (93 cards), Groups (111 cards).
    • Overview: These are a complete revision set for both courses, grouped by chapters, and containing all definitions and theorems covered in the courses. (These are based on the 2011-12 courses, but the IA courses change little year-on-year).
    • Based on: The 2011-12 courses (but the IA courses change little year-on-year).

Part IB

  • PartIB_de273.apkg - © David Edey (2013)
    • Topics: Analysis II (38 cards), Complex Analysis and Methods (74 cards), Electromagnetism (39 cards), Fluids (45 cards), Groups Rings and Modules (55 cards), Metric and Topological Spaces (32 cards), Quantum Mechanics (44 cards), Variational Principles (20 cards).
    • Explanation: These are not completely comprehensive, but cover the major bulk of each course (sometimes ignoring the easier stuff or the odd really hard thing that I judged not worth revising). Each course is separated into a small number of subdecks (typically Definitions, Formulae, Proofs). Proofs are written as their few crucial steps/ideas: this means they can be learned more easily.
    • Based on: The 2012-13 courses.

Part II

  • © Tobias Hemmert (2014):
    • Topics: Probability & Measure (57 cards), Linear Analysis (53 cards)
    • Explanation: The decks are separated into subdecks for each topic to aid understanding.
    • Based on: The 2013-14 courses.

  • © David Edey (2014):
    • Topics: Codes & Cryptography (50 cards), Electrodynamics (38 cards), General Relativity (38 cards), Number Fields (32 cards), Number Theory (49 cards), Statistical Physics (53 cards).
    • Explanation: These are not completely comprehensive, but cover the major bulk of each course (sometimes ignoring the easier stuff or the odd really hard thing that I judged not worth revising). Each course is separated into a small number of subdecks (typically Definitions, Formulae, Proofs). Proofs are written as their few crucial steps/ideas: this means they can be learned more easily.
    • If you wish to edit: You may need to add some of the following commands to your LaTeX pre-amble in the document here (just above the \begin{document} command) if LaTeX doesn't recognise them and causes an error. Instructions on how to edit the preamble are given here.
    • Based on: The 2013-14 courses.

  • © Jake Broughton-Venner (2013):
    • Topics: Classical Dynamics (66 cards), Cosmology (47 cards), General Relativity (97 cards), Statistical Physics (139 cards), Waves (56 cards).
    • Explanation: These were from the 2012-13 courses, so obviously beware that the syllabus may have changed since then. The cards also use [latex] tags around everything, which may need to be removed if combined with decks from other authors which exclude such tags (see the setting up Anki page for more information).
    • Based on: The 2012-13 courses.