I want to start my JEE preparation this month onwards , i need suggestions for books for class 11 basic preparation and also for JEE

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Moreover, you may also purchase the study material of resonance for preparation.

I think these much of books for JEE preparation would be enough (or even more than that).

Remember JEE is not at all easy. But it's not too difficult even, if you try hard.

All the best!

Ninad Akolekar - 6 years, 7 months ago

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use cengege publication books . They are good. At first do not jump to arihant for maths. resnick and halliday is a good book for physics but H C V is better for chemistry RCM is quantitatively good .

Raven Herd - 6 years, 5 months ago

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hcv for physics (compulsary), resnik halliday doesnt focus too much on iitjee ,if u want below a rank below 500 then solve irdov along with hcv,

prajwal kavad - 6 years, 5 months ago

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What is measurement?

Atal Singh - 5 years, 6 months ago

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Ravi Mahawar - 3 years, 4 months ago

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Hey, Avn. During my preparations, I came across a number of good books.

These are few of the books I would like to suggest you.

PHYSICS: HC VERMA (very important both for theory and practise) , ARIHANT series of books (mainly Electricity and Magnetism; Optics; Mechanics part 2( which comprises rotational motion and fluid mechanics);


MATHS: RD SHARMA ( for initial prep); KC SINHA series of books or ARIHANT series of books; TMH (for problem solving practise and skill development)

It would be better to join a test series at the end( FIITJEE or NARAYANA) to find out where you stand among the legions of souls who compete with you.

ALL the best

Rishi Hazra - 6 years, 7 months ago

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Hi! Avn Bha, even I have started my JEE preparation. How it is going so far?

Shivam Hinduja - 6 years, 5 months ago

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For Mathematics, R D Sharma Objective for JEE.

For Physics, H. C. Verma; I. E. Irodov ( Mir Publishers); Ashish Arora (G K publications).

For Chemistry,

Physical - Physical Chemistry for JEE by N. Awasthi (Balaji publications); Physical Chemistry for JEE by Neeraj Kumar (Arihant publications)

Organic - Textbook of Organic chemistry by R. K. Gupta (Arihant Publications); For advanced level problems in organic chemistry get the book Himanshu Gupta.

Inorganic -Inorganic chemistry by V. K. JAISWAL for JEE (Balaji Publications).

Ninad Akolekar - 6 years, 7 months ago

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First you should check out the ready made time table of kaysons specially designed for jee aspirants http://www.kaysonseducation.co.in/iitjee-time-table for preparation books do visit - http://www.kaysonseducation.co.in/iitjee-books

Kaysons Education - 6 years, 5 months ago

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