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is it sufficient to practice the given subject of the given writer for IIT JEE?


MATHS                      R.D SHARMA 


PHYSICS                    H.C VERMA 


CHEMISTRY             O.P AGGARWAL


PLEASE SUGGEST ME THE BEST BOOKS & STUDY MATERIAL FOR IIT JEE ?

8 years ago

Answers : (2)

Sudheesh Singanamalla
114 Points
							

Dear dipesh,

Completing and revising H.C.Verma is sufficient to give you a good grip in IIT-JEE exam.

Maths RD Sharma IIT part 1 and 2 are very good and give LOTS of practice for IIT-JEE entrance exam, however i suggest you to look through the tough questions of G.N.Berman : Mathematical Analysi.

Chemistry , O P Aggarwal is very good for concepts and some High level questions.

8 years ago
pooja pandey
14 Points
							

for maths, R D Sharma, not at all. this is just sufficient for an 11th or 12th class student....just for a beginner or for concept building. but on competition level, try the theory of arihant books and use M. L. Khanna for practising questions.....

for physics,h. c. verma is a good book. u should prefer it

if u will study/hadstudied chemistry very well in 11th or 12th, u should/will have no problem in chem. for physical,P. Bahadur.......inorganic,Arihant.....

best of luck

8 years ago
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