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                   sir i am an jee2012 aspirant wanting to seriously start with the preparation..which books in all tthe three subjects shall be correct to start at this elementry level..?and the books after finishing them.?
                   

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Physics-H C Verma


            Irodov


             Arihant (5 books covering all topics)


Maths- TMH or S D Sharma


           calculus Maron, arihant


           k c sinha


chem Physical - bahadur


         Organic - Arihant, i l finar


         Inorganic- Arihant


         IIT JEE agarwal


         for numerical r c mukherjee 


For basics refer to NECRT books 

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