When you’re preparing for the JEE Main, you need to be familiar with the syllabus, question pattern and marking scheme. Beyond that, there’s another factor that is found to be crucial these days in the highly competitive arena. That is finding the best books for JEE Main.
There are three sections Math, Physics & Chemistry. The students should know the best books that cover the important problems that are asked in exams like JEE Main. One must understand that it’s never a good idea to follow too many books and ended up with disappointment, not finding enough questions at the exam. It’s better to stick to one or two books and other 2/3 books for reference or for specific topics.
When you’re buying or following a particular book, you need to know about the author and his or her area of expertise, interest and the topics which are best written by the author. When it comes to Math, it is imperative for you to cover all the problems from NCERT first and then look for other reference books. That’s because NCERT will help you to cover the basic things and the reference books for their applications.
Whenever you’re going for the best books for JEE Main preparation, you must see whether the syllabus of the exam have been covered extensively or not.
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Best books for Physics JEE Main
Students find Physics to be very tricky because it’s a combination of theory and applications. As far as JEE Main Physics is concerned, 80% of the topics of Section A come from the theoretical part while the remaining 20% comes from the practical component. So it’s of utmost importance for you to find books that have the right amount of theory with practical problems from the given syllabus. One thing is clear that textbooks are for understanding the basics whereas reference books should be used to hone the knowledge in Physics to such an extent that there would be a sure success in JEE Main.
|Objective Physics For JEE Main||B.M. Sharma|
|Objective Physics For Engg. Entrances||D.C. Pandey (Arihant)|
|Physics for JEE Main Vol. 1 and 2||Halliday, Resnick, Walker|
Best Books for Chemistry JEE Main
The concept of Chemistry is vast. Many students find it easy because it has less number of calculations, formulae and more theory. But it’s tedious because of its large number of theoretical concepts to remember. Divided into the organic and inorganic topic, one has to know whether the JEE Main Chemistry syllabus has been adequately covered or not. Of course, NCERT books must be followed for basic preparation while referencing books for applications. You need to look for Internet and Social Medias for important publications which are most relevant in the perspective of JEE Main. That means you will get to practice problems that are most likely to come in the JEE Main exam.
|Complete Text Book in Chemistry||RK Gupta|
|A Textbook of Organic Chemistry (Competition)||Dr. A.K. Virmani & Dr. O.P. Tandon|
|Modern Approach to Chemical Calculations||R.C. Mukherjee|
|GRB Numerical Chemistry||P. Bahadur|
|Organic Chemistry||Robert N. Boyd & Robert T. Morrison|
|Concise Inorganic Chemistry||J.D. Lee|
|Qualitative Inorganic Analysis||Vogel|
Best Books For Mathematics JEE Main
Mathematics is often considered the most challenging subject in entrance exams for not just only JEE Main but for other entrance exams as well. Its preparation requires a lot of practice of relevant questions and a deep understanding of concepts. Being tough, it is also the highest-scoring section if prepared well.
|Self Help To CBSE Mathematics ( Solutions)||R.D. Sharma|
|ISC Mathematics||R.D. Sharma|
|Skills in Mathematics, Arihant||S.K. Goyal and Amit M. Aggarwal|
|Degree level Differential Calculus||A Das Gupta|
|Higher Algebra||Hall and Knight|
|IIT Mathematics||M.L. Khanna|
|Problems in Calculus of One Variable||I.A. Maron|
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