As you all can see that I am not very good in mathematics ,so can you guys recommend some books for maths ,particularly of JEE level?

I have given 10 boards this year so I will be going to class 11 . :)

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TopNewestJust one tip I want to give that.... as you have lot of time so.. try to make habbit of killing questions of maths with different different method .... Killing is more important than just solving a math question ... That it ! For Books Others may recommend you better So I leave on them ..! Best Of Luck !

Btw u are awesome in physics man..!

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Thank you Karan. I will follow your advice. Best of luck for ADVANCE!

Thank you for the complement too. :P :D

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I would recommend Cengage learning for maths to you, it contain all types of problems like single correct, multiple correct, integer, subjective, comprehension etc + unique and different solution to each and every problem :)

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Thanks too !

But btw why you choose this as your status

It indicates that you are sad am i right ? why so ?

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Hi!

Well , I think for Maths your Coaching Class material will suffice and for additional knowledge on problem solving techniques , just GOOGLE individual topics . That way , u'll cover more ground .

Chemistry is too easy and I doubt that you'll want any help for that . But if u still want some book , see this. I use it as the "Resnick Halliday" of Chemistry .

And ofc , a Physics scholar like wouldn't need any tips for Physics , would you ? :P

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Thank you Azhaghu Roopesh!

Thank you for the link. That looks interesting. I still have a lot to learn in physics from you guys . :)

Best of luck for ADVANCE! :)

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Cengage learning books are very good for maths and physics ! And you can also join resonance's DLP course the material that they provide is very good !

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Thank you Prashant!

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@Mvs Saketh @Ronak Agarwal @Shashwat Shukla @Karan Shekhawat @Azhaghu Roopesh M -please help!

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@satvik pandey Hi Satvik. I'm also in the same boat. For Calculus, refer to the comments for this Note. I have recommended some places from where you can learn Calculus. @Sandeep Bhardwaj Sir has also mentioned another book.

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Thank you Ishan. You are at Level-5 in every subject bro! Have you even completed syllabus of class 12? I am highly amazed by your knowledge.

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Best of luck for the future. :)

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I think I would face a problem in time management. The school School runs from 10 AM to 4:30 PM and the coaching from 5:30 PM to 8;30 PM. Not much time would be left for self-studying. How are you going to manage?

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I think Krishna would take PCM and Bio. Am I right? :)

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I am thinking of taking Hindi. I know this is not a very good combination but in my school only Hindi, Sanskrit. CS and Bio can be given to students in PCM group. And I am definitely not going to take Bio, unlike Krishna. :P Till now I have never ever tried to understand stuffs in bio. I try to memorize them. That's why it seems very hard to me.

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Sorry for the late reply!!

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For calculus "G. N Berman" +"I. A maro(Adone)"

\(\implies\) Algebra "H&K"(Hall & Knight)

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Thanks Parth! :) You are at level -5 in almost every subjects. Which chapters of 11 and 12 have you completed?

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ML KHANNA MATHEMATICS BEST RESOURCE FOR JEE

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Thank you Krishna S! :)

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CENGAGE IS ALSO BEST

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You are tooooooo good at physics and calculus. Work on Algebra & the rest of math for JEE! Maybe popular authors like Arihant or Khanna's would do. Are you joining any coaching?

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Thank you Krishna! I am not "tooooo good" at physics and calculus. I am just slightly above than average.

Yes I have joined a local coaching institution. The classes start from 22nd April.

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Ah! Nice. Which institute?

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In my opinion, mathematics for JEE is made easy by the fact that the syllabus is \(very\) clearly demarcated. Sure, you can say the same for the other two, but in chemistry, you can never learn enough facts(especially with multi-correct questions).

So my point is, you should stick to one book for the theory and do all the questions in this book and that will be more than enough to cover all the \(concepts\). My recommendation for this reference book would definitely be Objective Mathematics by R.D Sharma.

But practice is even more important and Arihant's textbook has a massive collection of questions which are definitely of JEE level. These two books along with your coaching material is enough, in my opinion.

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indeed, though i would recomment Arihant books for now, there is so much to learn in it (some chapters like permutation and combination are poorly explained, however questions are still high quality) , for maths,

and DC Pandey for physics , also HC Verma, though you can handle physics on your own i think.

Chemistry, well, for Organic, R.K Gupta is very good, and internet and a good knowledge of thermodynamics is enough for Physical, For inorganic, its best to stick to coaching material (not too thick books to ruin your mood, at the same time contains most needed information) , and CBSE as well.

That is all i got , and yes, as pointed out, you will always find some questions of inorganic chem in JEE which you wont be able to solve because they are completely out of course (some single correct and some multi correct), however, if you are sufficiently good in organic and physical, and also as good as you can be in inorganic, then leaving those questions will still save you at 90 marks or so at worst which i think is enough in chem if you perform well in other subjects

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I think Chemistry would create problem for me. But my mom is a Chemistry teacher so I think that would be helpful for me. :P

Thank you Saketh ! And Best of luck for ADVANCE. :)

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Thank you Shashwat! Is the theory part given in 'Objective Mathematics by R.D Sharma'?

Best of luck for ADVANCE. :)

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i am too going to class 11 and joined FIITJEE . Please Help on the strategy to be followed in these two months(but i will be little distracted from jee preparation due to ntse on 10th may)

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Hi Prakhar!

I have not appeared in NTSE so I can't help you, sorry. Perhaps you should ask from people who had appeared for NTSE like Shashwat and Krishna. I don't know much people who appeared for NTSE.

:)

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@satvik pandey Hi Satvik! How are your studies going on? Is life at your coaching center easier now that the summer vacations are on?

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No summer vacation! :(

In maths Basic Mathematics, AP,GP and HP has been taught. And Trigonometry and Special Series is going on. In Chemistry Mole Concept, Atomic structure is going on. And in Physics Vectors has been taught and they are now teaching Differentiation . What about you?

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No summer vacation! As in your school is closed, right?\[\] In FIITJEE, they've taught us (actually revised) Stoichiometry, Vectors and a bit of basic maths (Sets, Inequalities and Logs). In school, we've been taught the same as you have.\[\] And how's Calculus going? You must be enjoying it!

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Yes, enjoying the calculus! :)

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Well, I know very less about calculus. I have studied it as per the requirement in physics. I will tell you my favorite part of calculus after one year, when I would study it systematically . :)

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You passed 10 with 7 subjects! Is French hard?

Are you thinking to continue with French in 12th? :)

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