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which is better , a das gupta or das gupta objective for maths?

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Dear parth,


Based on my personal experience, DAS GUPTA is better...


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4 years ago
                                        

i think das gupta objective is better bcoz it contains iit level questions also and lower level questions also.now a days iit has become objective.so speed is necessary.that`s why das gupta objective is better.


das gupta subjective is a very gud book but not for beginners and it is not the speed booster.if u will buy ,u need to buy one more book for explained theory and some low level problems bcoz it contains high level problems even tougher than iit ,that u won`t able to solve in the beginning.


i think the best one is the kc sinha,for both beginners and advance.it contains both type of questions also.

4 years ago

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