A quick review of electrostatics (made by someone else):
Then, take a look at Princeton Review pages 183-197. Finally, try these problems from the Princeton book
- All multiple choice on 198-199 (answers are on pages 405-406)
- Both Free Response on page 200 (answers are on pages 406-409)
Also, read section Walker, 19-2 on pages 656-657. You should be able to explain where charge is located on a conductor. Figure 19-6 on page 657 offers a nice summary for after you’re done reading.