The 80 minute sessions on Tuesdays and Thursdays will
be used for lecturesoccasionally including (ungraded) pretests to
give me an idea of your background knowledge.
The 50 minute sessions on Fridays will be a mix
of lecture spillover, homework Q&A sessions, discussion of
past HWs, discussion of MRE questions,
and review for midterm and final exams.
An approximate syllabus is that we will work through
the first 2 chapters of Sakurai, adding additional material
as needed to spice up the discussion. In more detail:

Recap of postulates of QM using SternGerlach experiment
and spin as a prototypical example.

Recap of innerproduct spaces. Dirac notation. Operators. Unitary
Transformations. Standard measurement theory.

Continuous various: x, p . Wave packets.

Time evolution; Schrodinger and Heisenberg representations.

Simple harmonic oscillator. Coherent and squeezed states.

1dim Schrodinger problems, bound and unbound.

WKB approximation and relation to HamiltonJacobi equation in
classical mechanics.

Path integrals and propagators

If time allows: Electric and magnetic fields. Gauge invariance and
AharanovBohm effect.
To give you
an idea of what we will cover, here a link to the daily log kept
by Steve Sharpe in 2010 together with his
lecture notes:
daily coverage page.