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I m an average student who is interested in science and maths from Allahabad,UP.Currently i m in class 9th (icse) from science branch. I m interested in IIT JEE and want to clear the examination in my future. I want to ask members of brilliant that how can i prepare for IIT JEE .Which books shall i read for IIT JEE currently in class 9th and how can i prepare for JEE from class 9th. I also want to tell that i m average in maths and got FTRE rank 1625 In this year.Which books would help me excel in maths from class 9th. (Sandeep Bhardwaj Sir i want special assistant from you as you are assisting many members regarding JEE.Please guide me sir.) Other brilliant members also please help me.

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2 years, 1 month ago

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You should start your preparation by solving out the "IIT Foundation Series" books of Mathematics. As you mentioned that you're an average student, you should start from the class 7th books of IIT Foundation series. You will find them very much helpful. Pearson Publication provides those books, you can even purchase them online.

You can also join the Brilliant classes here and solve out the problems posted. There you can ask all your doubts too so that you can make your preparation going on smoothly. Here is the link of the Brilliant Classes.

Also you will find this set quite useful : JEE Queries with the Best Solutions.

All the best !

@Aashish Patel Sandeep Bhardwaj · 2 years ago

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@Sandeep Bhardwaj Thank you a lot sir. I was waiting for your respone from many days. I thought that you was ignoring me but sir you are truely good. You are very helpful to all the membwrs of brilliant. You are an insipiration to students like me. I hope that you will help me in future also. Again sir thankyou for your contribution. Aashish Patel · 2 years ago

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@Aashish Patel I will be able to reply your questions if you mention me by putting @ symbol and then my name. I hadn't seen your note, so couldn't reply sooner.

All the best! Sandeep Bhardwaj · 2 years ago

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@Sandeep Bhardwaj Ok sir. Thankyou. From next time i will be adding @ and your name. Aashish Patel · 2 years ago

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