I have a BS in Physics, I've completed my studies many years ago, but not in English. I've worked in the computer industry meanwhile (my coding background is solid). Recently I've completed an MS in Data Science, so basic calculus and algebra are fresh in my mind (along with lots of statistics, lol).
During my Physics studies, I took a solid Quantum Mechanics 101 class. E.g. I've sat through deducing the equations for the electron in the hydrogen atom, and understood it. I was able to solve basic scenarios. But I've never used QM after school, so the functional knowledge is gone, although I still have the high-level concepts. I lost all my books and notes from college.
I plan to self-study quantum computing. I will follow the Nielsen and Chuang book for that. But before I do that, I want to go again through QM 101, to make sure I can still play that game and I'm comfortable doing it.
I have a short list of QM textbooks that I need to choose from. Please note, I am unfamiliar with the English literature on QM.
I was told Griffiths would be a good foundation for QC studies because it uses Schrodinger's formalism from the start, as opposed to matrix QM.
Another requirement for the textbook is: it must have plenty of exercises to solve, along with solutions.
Given all of the above, which QM textbook would you recommend from that list, and why?
Or is there another textbook I should start with, and why?