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Sir, I am dropping a year for JEE-Advanced preparation. This year my rank was 12,000. There is no good coaching nearby. Hence, I will prepare at home only. I have ALLEN study material. I am confused in what manner should I study. Kindly suggest me a good strategy for self-study.

Sir, I am dropping a year for JEE-Advanced preparation. This year my rank was 12,000.

There is no good coaching nearby. Hence, I will prepare at home only. I have ALLEN study material.
I am confused in what manner should I study.

Kindly suggest me a good strategy for self-study.

Grade:12th pass

1 Answers

Amit Shekhar IIT Kharagpur
askIITians Faculty 25 Points
6 years ago
Please talk to the support team from the toll free number provided at the askiitians.com website for detailed counseling. In the mean while you can follow the book list.

http://www.askiitians.com/iit-jee/how-to-prepare-for-iit-jee.html


Reference Books for Engineering Entrance Exam

Chemistry
Ø NCERT Chemistry text books of class XI and class XII (usually sufficient)
Ø Organic Chemistry by Morrison and Boyd (only for understanding concepts)
Ø Arihant Organic Chemistry Objective (Optional)
Ø Organic, Physical and Inorganic Chemistry books by OP Tandon
Ø Physical Chemistry by RC Mukherjee
Mathematics
Ø NCERT class XI and class XII books (all students should start with these early)
Ø For best concepts you can purchase ‘IIT Mathematics’ by ML Khanna
Ø New Pattern IITJEE Mathematics of Arihant Publications by Dr SK Goyal
Ø Books by SL Loney (Good for coordinate Geometry and Trigonometry)
Ø RD Sharma
Ø GN Bernnam – only use it for calculus as other sections are too advanced for JEE
Physics
Ø NCERT Physics for Class XI and XII (good introduction)
Ø Concepts of Physics, Vol.-I & II, by HC Verma
Ø Physics by D.C. Pandey, Arihant Publications
Ø Fundamentals of Physics, by Halliday, Resnik and Walker (Optional)

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