While preparing for iit jee adv... What really matters more....is that the theory part or practicing good level of numericals...???
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Then you have wasted your time till then. Refer only to your class notes in maths and physics and physical chemistry for theory. For inorganic and organic chemistry a book is definitely needed

@Ronak Agarwal
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Hey doing irodov at this stage is waste of time u might be missing a lot of time for other subjects as well . do 36 yrs past IIT Que's

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TopNewestClearly Practicing good level of numericals in maths and physics matters the most for IIT-JEE advanced. For chemistry clearly the theory part matters

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So refering only classroom notes and a book (if needed) is enough for physics and maths?... And practice good level problems...

Till now I'm giving very much time to theory part only...

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Then you have wasted your time till then. Refer only to your class notes in maths and physics and physical chemistry for theory. For inorganic and organic chemistry a book is definitely needed

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Theory is known to maximum of children. The only difference lies in their practice level

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Thanks :)

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