Are you preparing for NDA? Do you want to crack it in the first attempt? Then you need the best books and practice in a diligent manner to crack the exam. There are many books available in the market and you may be confused as to which is the best one for your needs. In this article, we have prepared a list of books that you can refer to for the NDA exam.
Best books for NDA 2020
Books for English
In this section, the candidate’s vocabulary and understanding of grammar is evaluated. Some of the books that you can read for enhancing your level of English include:
- Wren & Martin High School English Grammar and Composition
- Objective General English by SP Bakshi
- Word Power Made Easy by Norman & Lewis
Books for Physics
In this section, the questions asked are basically from Class 11 and 12 levels. The candidates will get questions related to mechanics and electricity. For this part, one can refer to class 11 and 12 NCERT books and NCERT Exemplar.
Books for Chemistry
For this part also, candidates will get questions from class 11 and 12 level chemistry. Questions are asked on topics like Oxygen, Hydrogen, Acid, Oxidation and Reduction, Bases, Atoms, and so on. Referring to class 12 and 12 NCERT books will be good for your preparation purposes.
Books for General Science, History, Geography
For the General Science, History, and Geography parts, the questions in NDA are related to what you have read in class 9 and 10. You can refer to Objective GK by Sanjiv Kumar for reference.
Books for Current Affairs
The current affairs section in NDA asks questions about events that have happened over the past six months. Candidates can refer to Manorama Yearbook or Pratoyogita Darpan for reference purposes.
Books for NDA Mathematics
The Mathematics paper in NDA covers topics like Algebra, Integral Calculus, Differential Equations, Vector Algebra, Statics and Probability, Analytical Geometry, and so on. The questions asked are very simple. Refer to the NCERT books of class 11 and 12. Some other books that you can refer to are NDA Entrance Exam by ES Ramasqamy, Mathematics for NDA/NA: National Defence Academy and Naval Academy by RS Aggarwal, and Quantitative Aptitude for Competitive Examinations by RS Aggarwal.
Whether you are preparing alone or going to an institute for preparation purposes, make sure you prepare diligently. You must be aware of the exam pattern and also know the syllabus thoroughly. Regular practice along with solving mock tests is some ways in which you can get success in the NDA exam.
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