I am currently in class 10th. i will be attempting IIT JEE 2014. How do i start preparing for it?

2 years ago

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Dear Rohit,


You can find out the IITJEE syllabus from the IIT website, and use the following books for preparation.


Physics: HC Verma, Young & Freedman, “Problems in Physics” by Abhay Kumar Singh


Inorganic Chemistry: JD Lee, OP Tandon


“Physical Chemistry” by Robert A. Alberty, Robert J. Silbey (both from MIT, USA)


Organic Chemistry: Morrison & Boyd, Paula Yurkanis Bruice


“Calculus:graphical,numerical,algebraic” by Thomas,Finney, Demana, Waits (one or more authors from MIT, USA)


Arihant Integral Calculus, Arihant Differential Calculus, Arihant “Vectors and 3-D geometry”


Trigonometry: SL Loney


Coordinate geometry: SL Loney


Algebra: “Challenge and Thrill of Pre-College Mathematics” by V. Krishnamurthy


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All the best Rohit !!!


 



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CHETAN MANDAYAM NAYAKAR

2 years ago
                    

Hi Rohit,


 


In your 10th Standard, you should focus on your concept building. You should read thoroughly the topics of your 10th Standard from your NCERT for Science. And for Maths, you should practice problmes on your own from a good book like RD Sharma...... Maintain a hand written notebook of all the concepts you read, and make note of those questions which you were unable to solve, and keep revising them on a regular basis.... Revision is a very key factor....


 


For the books part, you can refer above.


 


All the best.


Regards,


Ashwin (IIT Madras).

2 years ago

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