Which are the books generally referred by most successful candidates in each subjects to crack IIT jEE 2010.

Which are the books generally referred by most successful candidates in each subjects to crack IIT jEE 2010.


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Ramesh V
70 Points
13 years ago

Friends,to get selected in IIT - JEE then u must remember 1 thing ....the JEE papaer is not HARD but its CONCEPTUAL !!!!!
its totally based on concept ........
if ur concept r clear. ...... u can solve any problem.....
so try to clear ur concepts ..........
for this u shuld go for books like .......

for numaricals - D.C PANDEY OBJECTIVE ( FOR IIT ....its also avalable for AIEEE)

for concepts ( most imp 4 jee ) -- mechanics 1n 2( dc pandey ), thermodynamics n waves ( dc pandey ) ... electricity n magnestism ( dc pandey )

all these books of dc pandey( 4 concepts) read them before or after the class ...u'll find almost 90% new things ...i.e how to solve jee probs .....


thats enough ....

INORGANIC ---- OP TONDON ..... enough



difrential calculs n integarl calculus for iit by arihant
and ..... SL looney for trignometry n coordinate geometry .....


friends ........CONCEPTS r most IMPORTANT ...remeber that !!!!

all the best !!!!!

AskIITianExpert Srijan.iitd
8 Points
13 years ago

Following are the recommended books for preparing for IIT JEE exam.

S.No. Author/Publisher Name of the Book Remarks
1 NCERT Chemistry XI & XII BasicText books
2 P. Bahadur Physical Chemistry Recommended for Physical Chemistry
3 Arihant Prakashan Organic Chemistry Recommended for Organic Chemistry, but one has to be careful as it contains several errors.
4 O.P. Agarwal IIT Chemistry Recommended for Inorganic Chemistry andreference book in general.
5 Ebbing General Chemistry Reference Book
6 J.D. Lee Concise Inorganic Chemistry Reference Book
7 R.T. Morrison, R.N. Boyd Organic Chemistry Reference Book
8 R.C. Mukhrjee Numerical Chemistry Reference Book
9 Francis Carey Organic Chemistry Reference Book
10 I. L. Finar Organic Chemistry-Vol I Reference Book.  The book is somewhat outdated but is still extremely useful.
11 Bahal & Bahal Organic Chemistry  Reference Book
12 Sienko & Plane Chemistry Principles & Applications Reference Book
13 P.W. Atkins Physical Chemistry Reference Book
14 Bruce H. Mahan University Chemistry Reference Book
S.No. Author/Publisher Name of the Book Remarks
1 H.C. Verma Concepts of Physics Vol I and II Recommended both as text books and problem books.
2 I.E. Irodov Problems in General Physics Recommended for selected problems
3 Halliday, Resnick & Walker Fundamentals of Physics Reference Book
4 Sears and Zemansky University Physics Reference Book
5 Nelkon and Parker Advanced Level Physics Reference Book
6 A.A Pinsky Problems in Physics Reference Book
7 S.S Krotov Aptitude Test Problems in Physics Reference Book
8 L.A. Sena A collection of questions and Problems in Physics Reference Book
9 V.Zubov & V.Shalnov Problem in Physics Reference Book
10 S.L Loney Elements of Dynamics Part I & II Reference Book
11 S.L. Loney Dynamics of a Particle & of Rigid Bodies Reference Book
12 R.P. Feynman The Feynman Lectures on Physics vols 1 & 2 Reference Book
13 Chen, Min Physics Problems w/solutions Reference Book
14 Tipler Physics Vols I & II Reference Book
S.No. Author/Publisher Name of the Book Remarks
1 R. S. Agarwal Maths XI & XII Basic Text Books
2 S.L. Loni Plane Trigonometry Part I Recommended
3 S.L. Loni Co-ordinate Geometry Recommended
4 Hall & Knight Higher Algebra Recommended
5 I.A. Maron Problems in Calculus of One Variable Recommended
6 Vectors & 3-D Geometry Arihant Prakashan Recommended
7 Vectors Shanti Narayan Reference Book
8 V Govorov, P.Dybov, N.Miroshin, S.Smirnova. Problems in Mathematics Reference Book
9 Bernard & Child Higher Algebra  Reference Book
10 Dr. Gorakh Prasad Co-ordinate Geometry Reference Book
11 K.P. Basu Algebra Made Easy Reference Book
12 DoroFeev, Patapov Elementary Math's  Reference Book
13 Krechmar Math's  Reference Book
14 G.N. Berman A Problem Book inMathematical Analysis Reference Book
15 W. Feller Intro. to Probability & its Applications Reference Book
16 Calculus J. Edward Reference Book

hope this will help you!!!!

AskiitianExpert Shine
10 Points
13 years ago


The most important books of all are the NCERT books. These books should be the basic books one should always read. Then obviously you will have to consult other books too, like:
Maths : TMH (Tata McGraw Hills for JEE)
             SL Loni (for trigonometry and coordinate geometry)
             I A Maron ( for calculus)
             Hall & Knight ( for higher algebra)
Physics : HC Verma (Part I & II)
               Resnick and Halliday
Chemistry : P Bahadur ( Physical Chemistry)
                  JD Lee ( Inorganic)
                  OP Tandon ( Inorganic)
                  Morrison and Boyd ( Organic)

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