Books for IIT JEE Preparation 


Books for IIT JEE PreparationInformation about IITJEE 2008: http://www.jee.iitb.ac.in, http://www.jee.iitd.ac.in, http://www.iitg.ac.in/jee, http://www.jee.iitk.ac.in, http://www.iitkgp.ernet.in/jee, http://www.iitm.ac.in, http://www.iitr.ac.in/jee Dates to remember for IITJEE, 2008: Sale at designated branches of Banks and at all IITs: Nov. 23, 2007  Jan. 04, 2008 Following are the recommended books for the Preparation of IIT JEE Examination: But I would advise that don't start solving all the books at a time, this will do nothing but waste your time. Take one as a text book, solve its problems and if you have any difficulty in solving and understanding then only refer to other books. It is strongly recommended that don't go through all the books at a time. I would suggest the following books for IIT JEE preparation. 1. Physics: Text
Books: For solving problems and understanding basics Ø Concept of Physics Volume 1 & Volume 2, By H C Verma Ø Problems in General Physics, By I.E. Irodov (For selected problems) Reference
Books: For understanding doubts Ø Fundamentals of Physics, By Halliday, Resnick & Walker Ø
The Feynman Lectures on Physics Volume 1 & Volume 2, By R.P.
Feynman (Very nice book, all the fundamentals are well emphasized.) 2. Chemistry 2.1 Physical Chemistry: Text
Books: For solving problems and understanding basics Ø Numerical Chemistry, By R.C. Mukhrjee (One must solve all the numerical problems of R.C. Mukhrjee, It's worked out examples are very good.) Ø Physical Chemistry, By P. Bahadur (For reading theory) Reference
Books: For understanding doubts Ø Physical Chemistry, By P.W. Atkins Ø University Chemistry, By Bruce H. Mahan Ø General Chemistry, By Ebbing 2.2 Organic Chemistry: Text
Books: For solving problems and understanding basics Ø Organic Chemistry, By Arihant Prakashan (One has to be careful as it contains several errors. But very nice book, all the topics are given in a nice sequence.) Reference
Books: For understanding doubts Ø Organic Chemistry, By Solomons (I would strongly recommend this book. All the fundamentals of reaction mechanisms are well emphasized. You don't need any tutor if you have this book.) Ø Organic Chemistry, By Morrison & Boyd Ø
Organic Chemistry Volume 1, By 2.3 Inorganic Chemistry: Text
Books: For solving problems and understanding basics Ø NCERT, Chemistry XI & XII Ø Inorganic Chemistry, By Arihant Prakashan Reference
Books: For understanding doubts Ø
Concise Inorganic Chemistry, By J.D. Lee Mathematics: Text
Books: For solving problems and understanding basics Ø Higher Algebra, By Hall & Knight (Complex Number, Series & Sequence of this book is very nice.) Ø Problems in Calculus of One Variable, By I.A. Maron (Very nice book, one must solve function, Limit & Continuity, Differential, Integral & Definite Integral of this book.) Ø Coordinate Geometry, By S. L. Loney (Its conic section is very nice. Sometimes even the problem in the Mains is directly from this book. This happened with me.) Ø Plane Trigonometry Part I, By S. L. Loney Ø Vectors & 3D Geometry, By Arihant Prakashan Ø Mathematics, By Tata Macgraw Hill (TMH) Reference
Books: For understanding doubts Ø
Calculus, By J. Edward Ø
Vector, By Shanti Narayan For more information contact me at my email id safir14@gmail.com.
