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Suggestions for preparing for the IIT JEE

i am a student from india and presently i am preparing for iit jee (an engineering entrance exam) and i do not know what books to prefer, way to prepare,etc.. i guess many of you will know about it so please give me some suggestions and also tell me if there any other institutes i can add up on my preference list?

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4 years, 7 months ago

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I don't know anything about entrance exams in India. Sorry. Are they hard and competitive? Michael Pedersen · 4 years, 7 months ago

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@Michael Pedersen As India's population is gross, competition has reached to such a high level, that children have to attempt 3-4 times to clear a particular exam. Akshat Jain · 3 years, 11 months ago

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I am a math teacher for the jee main and advance. you can select the books of s.n . dey and r.d. sharma for board level and for entrance level tata mac.hill or arihant with magazine mathematics today is best. for more information call me at 09051393939 Sudipta Das · 3 years, 11 months ago

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That sounds like a really intense test. Best of luck to all of you. In the USA the good schools are really competetitive to get into, but it never hinges on one test that is that competitive. That's intense. Michael Pedersen · 4 years, 7 months ago

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first thing i want to say that all the things will depend on your capacity ..... if you can solve the problem of i.e irodov then it will be very beneficial but if not then you can prefer any institute's study material............the practice of more and more question will be very beneficial................. Pravin Kumar · 4 years, 7 months ago

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In physics, I will prefer "Resnick and haliday" or HC Verma for concepts and after a vast experience in problem solving try IE Irodov's problems in general physics. Don't try IE Irodov at first. In chemistry you can refer University chemistry by Bruce H Mahan for physical chemistry, JD Lee for Inorganic Chemsitry and Any good book for organic chemsitry. In maths you can try Hall and knight Higher Algebra, Plane trigonometry by SL Loney, coordinate geoemtry by SL Loney, any calculus book by arihant publications, any good book for vectors and 3d geometry, and any other good book if u prefer. Siddharth Kumar · 4 years, 7 months ago

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i am also preparing for iit-jee. i used to prefer H.C Verma for physics,because it solves problems conceptually. for mathematics there is no boundation . more problems you solve , your problem solving capacity will increase . but i prefer S.K. Goyal .of arihant publication. for chemistry cbse text book is very good. and you can prefer J.D. Lee. an Pratyush Kumar · 4 years, 7 months ago

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NITs, VIT, BITS are on my preference list if i don't get into iit. Priyankar Kumar · 4 years, 7 months ago

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Over 5-7 lakh students give IIT exam and only 15000 qualify Out of which , only those students who get better than 2500 rank get good IIT's (with the subject they want) Shivang Jindal · 4 years, 7 months ago

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to my knowledge, iit jee is rated as one of the toughest competative exam written by students entering engineering colleges Krishna Kanth Mundada · 4 years, 7 months ago

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