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I just wanted to know with the change in pattern for IIT entrance exam, which books are ideal for study in terms of concepts & practice

I just wanted to know with the change in pattern for IIT entrance exam, which books are ideal for study in terms of concepts & practice

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Chetan Mandayam Nayakar
312 Points
10 years ago

The same old books are necessary and sufficient. They are:

Physics: HC Verma, Young & Freedman(used at MIT, USA), “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

 

Shivam Sharma
14 Points
10 years ago

we are not studying in MIT USA

so need not to go for very high level book

stick to one book of the following

phy--

HC Verma for therory or DC Pandey for pure objective ques.

chem----

NCERT and NCERT only

for practice refer 32 yr papers

maths----

rd sharma objective i and ii ( not the 11 & 12 class book )

and if want to try some good levelled ques use Disha Challenger

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