Robert Scott's notes for self-study in university undergraduate and postgraduate level math and physics:

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Einstein's geometric theory of gravitation -- General Relativity

Recommendations: If you are a physics undergraduate or have a technical degree like engineering, so you are comfortable with basic differential calculus and linear algebra, start with Schutz (2009) or perhaps Hobson et al. (2006). If you are a graduate student in physics, you might start with Schutz (2009), Hobson et al. (2006) or Carroll (2004). A maths postgrade might start with Wald(1984). To deepen your knowledge and understanding of GR at any level, Rindler(2001) is quite valuable. Misner, Thorne and Wheeler (1973) of course provides a wealth of supplementary information for the advanced student of GR.

Undergraduate Pure and Applied Mathematics