I have been searching for reference books for mcqs preparation. Please comment the name of the books if you have used it and found it really beneficial.

For physics Hc verma but for advanced must have DC pandey and cengage for jee advanced While Irodov is waste of time but some selected questions are good Mathematics (advanced) An objective approach to jee by Amit m agarwal and cengage mathematics algebra vectors all are best includig Calculus for Kc sinha coordinate by SL loney and trigo also of loney for more go to ask iitian best reference book

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TopNewestncert books are more beneficial than other books for cracking jee main

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For physics Hc verma but for advanced must have DC pandey and cengage for jee advanced While Irodov is waste of time but some selected questions are good Mathematics (advanced) An objective approach to jee by Amit m agarwal and cengage mathematics algebra vectors all are best includig Calculus for Kc sinha coordinate by SL loney and trigo also of loney for more go to ask iitian best reference book

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You may try HC Verma. Its contains both subjective and objective questions (MCQs)

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