Books that i should refer to crack jee main and advance...maths physics chemistry..
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best books for the preparation of the jee mains are
h.c.verma for physics
pradeeps fundamental for physics
s.l.loney for triogonometry
arihant for algebra and calculus
organic chemistry by o.p.tandon
inorganic chemistry by j.d.lee
i hope this information is helpful
all the best.
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My recommendation is :
Maths - Concept:
Arihant subjective books series. (Lesser problems, optimum explanation)(or) Cengage books (more problems, over-explanationhere and there)
Maths - Problems
Shri Balajis Advanced Problems in Mathematics for Mains and Advanced.*
This is a great book for all students.
ForTop 100 Aspirants: (complete any one of the below books)
Problem plus in Mathematics by Das Gupta
R. D. Sharma
M. L. Khanna
Physics - Concept:
H. C. Verma *- most standard and recommended for JEE.
Students generally directly go to Exercises.But the beauty of questions lies in Objectives 1 & 2. And in the last questions of Exercises too.
Also do Worked out examples.
Halliday - Resnick - Walker for reference.
Arihant series -optimum explanation and practice. (or) Cengage series -more practice, over - explanation here and there (or) Physics Galaxy by Ashish Arora- wide range of concepts.
Physics - Problems :
If u r in 12th I suggest you to take Arihants.They have given Answer after Question. So that u can save time.
Otherwise It's upto u, U can download them also.
D. C. Pandey Problems Book is also good EXCEPT for those students who are sure of getting AIR Top 100.
I suggest Irodov asmust for those trying for Top 100/500.
Other good books for Top 200 aspirants are:
Science in everyday life -S. S. Krotov
200 Puzzling problems.
Chemistry - Concept:
Shri Balajis Conceptual Physical Chemistry byPrabhat Kumar (or) O. P. Tandon / P. Bahadur are also not bad.
Indian books -Jagadamba Singh / O. P. Tandon / Cengage
Foreign books (reference) -Solomon & Fryle/ Wade & Singh/ Morrison Boyde (one of the three).If you are very deeply interestedin Organic, Peter Sykes/ I.L.Finar/ J.D.March are books of next level.
Inorganic Chemistry by K.Rama Raois excellent if available. Otherwise O. P. Tandon/ Cengage would be fine.
J.D.Lee for Reference purpose
Chemistry - Problems:
NCERT Exemplar Questions For basic Conceptual Clarity. I suggest the books published by Arihants. Otherwise you can download from NCERT website
Physical Chemistry :
Sri Balajis Problems in Physical Chemistry byN. A. Avasti
If u need extra practice at higher level -Bharti Bhavans Modern Approach to Chemical Calculations by R. C. Mukherjee.
Inorganic Chemistry :
Inorganic Chemistry by K. Rama Raoavailable in S.Chands and Pearson
The above book is for both Concept and Problems.
Shri Balajis Problems in Inorganic Chemistry by V. K. Jaiswal
Organic Chemistry :
Shri Balajis Advanced Problemsin Organic Chemistry by M. S. Chouhan and Elementary Problemsin Organic Chemistry by M. S. Chouhan
U can choose them according to your state.
For more Practice, after MSCs books, U can do G. R. Bathla publicatons Advanced Problems in Organic Chemistry by Himanshu Pandey.(it had some ambiguities and mistakes).
For even more practice, Do Pearson's Conceptual problems in Organic Chemistry by D. K. Singh.
In common for all 3 P, C, M. ***
Previous yrs Question Papers.(39 yrsprobably)
I suggest Arihants
Hi Abhrajeet Mallick!
For cracking Jee Mains and advance you can refer only one book and that is NCERT textbooks for maths, physics and chemistry because whatever questions that appear in the question paper of jee mains and advance cover the concepts that are present in the NCERT textbooks.
And for more information to gather, solve the previous years question papers and give mock tests regulalrly as many times as possible because this helps you to know where you stand what are your weak topics and where you should concentrate on.
Follow this steps and you will be flying high.
I hope this information is useful for you!
All the best!
for jee mains you should try Ncert class 11th and 12th book of chemistry also for mathematics and for physics H.C.Verma
for jee advance physics same H.C.Verma for chemistry do your coaching sheet nd for mathematics also do your coaching sheets or buy it from any coaching centre.
All the Best!
For Jee Main and advance you should go through you text books throughly.Apart from you text book you can refer NCERT books(if you are not from CBSE board).
You can also solve some sample papers from different coaching insitutes or subscribe to thier materials for help.
Hope this helps.