# Help Needed! Book recommendation

Hi friends

I am studying in class 11 CBSE. I want to improve my problem solving ability. Please do suggest some books related to chemistry, maths and physics which help me with jee prep and some others for cbse exams. Hoping that all of you shall contribute you little bit of priceless help.

Thanks a lot in advance, Ritu Roy

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6 years ago

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FOR JEE

$1. Concepts of Physics - HC Verma (Volume I and II)$

$2. Physics - Resnich Halliday (Volume I and II)$

$3. Physical Chemistry - O.P Tondon$

$4. Numerical Chemistry - P Bahadur$

$5. Mathematics - Cengage$

$6. Trignometry, Coordinate Geometry - SL Loney$

$7. Algebra - Hall and Knight$

$8. Calculus - Thomas and Finney$

Please join any coaching class. I'm in a jee prep website www.toppr.com

It will supplement your classes!

- 6 years ago

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How are you in a jee prep website?

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As I'm not thorough with all concepts, I didn't take much practice tests. So I stand 50th among the people I follow.

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Thanks a lot @Ashley Shamidha . I do already have some of the aforementioned books. Thanks a lot once again.

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i think irodov would help you improving !

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You're welcome. You too share some tips. Studying together is nice!

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Hi Ashley! I'd love too... but i don't have many tips since i am experimenting different techniques and methods.:)

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are you in 12th?

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Ya!

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@Sandeep Bhardwaj Sir... please help....

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You will get a lot of suggestions regarding the books. But I think that the goodness of a book depends on your level. If you're an average student and you go for advanced level books, or you're a brilliant student and you go for basic/average level books; in both the cases you have got the inappropriate selection of books.

So I will suggest that select a book according to your level. And remember that it is better to read one book ten times than ten books one time, esp when you're preparing for any competition.

All the best. Have faith in your capabilities and hard work. I assure you that you're gonna rock.

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@Sandeep Bhardwaj Sir : Thanks a lot for your reply. I am able to do almost all of my coaching material (Which is not extremely tough after all) and hence wish to do more advanced questions.

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ie irodov physics will give u iit for sure

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For CBSE exams you can take - $Mathematics by R.S.Aggarwal$

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Physics Resnick,Hc verma Chem NCERT ,OP TANDON Maths ML KHANNA ,TMH

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