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For Math, try anything by R. S. Aggarwal.
For Physics, I especially love "Fundamentals of Physics" by Resnick, Halliday and Walker. "The Flying Circus of Physics" is amazingly fun to read, and it clarifies basic concepts as well.
For chemistry, I would suggest anything by J. D. Lee, and Viraf J. Dalal.

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in phy go for h.c.verma , after getting its concept clear go for....resnick halliday....university physics and abhay kumar.....

chem : j.d.lee (inorganic) , o.p.tondon (physical) and r.c.mukherjee ,
organic - m.s.chouhan for practise, solomons and u can also read paula bruice.its awesome book for organic......
practise ncert......chem for iit jee is prepared best from it.........

Don't go for too many books in Physics. Following books, if mastered, are sufficient:

Concepts of Physics (Vol 1 and Vol 2) by Dr HC Verma. This is a classic book to master the concepts for which students are tested in JEE.

IIT JEE Physics (1978-2015:38 Years) Topic-wise Complete Solutions (Vol 1 and Vol 2) by Jitender Singh (myself) and Shraddhesh Chaturvedi. This book is aligned with Concepts of Physics and is available on Amazon Vol 1 and Vol 2

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TopNewestFor Math, try anything by R. S. Aggarwal. For Physics, I especially love "Fundamentals of Physics" by Resnick, Halliday and Walker. "The Flying Circus of Physics" is amazingly fun to read, and it clarifies basic concepts as well. For chemistry, I would suggest anything by J. D. Lee, and Viraf J. Dalal.

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CHECK OUT THIS LINK http://olympiadbuzz.blogspot.in/?token=xmE7Cj8BAAA.nkLNq6z5p60CsjtetPdjoQ.vqQal9UemwFXMj-sVSyk0A&postId=6008936370967590600&type=POST IT CONTAINS SOME BOOKS FOR MATHS OLYMPIADS...VERY SOON JEE BOOKS WILL BE ADDED

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hey R.K gupta for chemistry and H.c verma for physics and for math, amit agarwal of arihant and cengage are also good

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in phy go for h.c.verma , after getting its concept clear go for....resnick halliday....university physics and abhay kumar.....

chem : j.d.lee (inorganic) , o.p.tondon (physical) and r.c.mukherjee , organic - m.s.chouhan for practise, solomons and u can also read paula bruice.its awesome book for organic...... practise ncert......chem for iit jee is prepared best from it.........

maths - arihant , T.M.H. ,das gupta etc....

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refer to online google books

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friends plse tel me the exact name of halliday ,resnick physics book which is best for iit jee

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"Fundamentals of Physics" by Resnick, Halliday and Walker

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thanks

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is there any website where we can download books of these type freely?

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gen.lib.runs.ec download every foreign author books from here

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Don't go for too many books in Physics. Following books, if mastered, are sufficient:

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