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Important Books for JEE Main & Advanced Preparation | Sarvesh & Pranav’s Tips to Crack IIT JEE 2019

Alright guys. Let’s talk about books. The most common questions all these aspirants
ask is – What books to follow, how many books to follow? And how to go about preparing form these books;
in the sense that are the text books sufficient? Or are the books (coaching materials) given
by coaching institutes sufficient? Or do we have to do both? And this causes quite a lot of confusion. So Pranav, what would you suggest or recommend
for the students? Well, personally speaking, I’d feel books
matter a lot. Because, the energy you put in books, probably
you can’t get that complete quality out from materials. Ultimately books are designed for everyone
around the globe. Material is designed for specific people and
is often biased by teachers while books usually prevent that. Personally I spent lot of time on books and
avoided material to some extent. Obviously u have to some problem solving. If you have your focus on books, then the
material you solve will be sufficient. If you want to ask which books, I’d say
for physics you can go for H verma, the famous and the most important. So, HC verma is a must? Yeah. That is minimum. After finishing that, we can decide further Ok. Further? After that, yeah, firstly I followed BM Sharma
for class 12th. Because for class 12th you have to have application. Application is something which HC verma doesn’t
cover. In chemistry in class 11, I covered Pradeep
for theory, for solving the physical chemistry Narendra Avasthi, Organic we have MS Chauhan,
and Inorganic, K Kumar. These are the books I followed. And, how many books? I mean just these books? Or any other books? See I’ll tell you why this question. Students buy books then see that friends buy
other books, and buy those as well. So please suggest students, how many books
to buy and how many to read. Buy books. Shouldn’t be a problem. Because I have a pile at home which I didn’t
open. Forget studying regularly. I dint even open. So buying is alright, but ultimate focus should
be one book, because, suppose you have a book of one author and one of another author. Then there are topics which the first author
will cover in 2nd chapter and forgetting the first chapter, and the other one will cover
in the first chapter. And just in case you read first chapter in
the first book and second chapter in the second book. That’s why stick to one book Very interesting Sarevsh, what are your comments on this? I’ll talk subject wise. Let’s talk with Physics. As he said, HC verma is the most important
book. You should read HC verma for theory. Because it has correct theory. Theory from other books can be wrong. So HC verma is the best book for theory and
concepts are very Cleary explained. After HC verma, you can go on with MCQs, short
answers and the back problems. Try to complete HC verma as much as you can. Because if HC verma is clear, you know that
the basic concepts are clear. Then you can go on with any other solving
material like DC pandey or bansal sheets. These are very nice materials for solving. If you talk about chemistry, then K Kumar
for inorganic chemistry. K Kumar is a very nice book which has 2 versions,
each for Mains and advanced. So you can go on with any of them depending
on your focus. K Kumar is a very nice book for inorganic. For organic there are 2 books which I solved
– Himanshu Pandey and MS Chauhan. One thing – If you solve 2 books, first
solve a book completely. After finishing a chapter from one book, then
solve the chapter from another book. If you do 2 boos at a time, you won’t be
able to complete either and you’ll end up doing only easy questions from both the books
and leave the rest. Fist have a closure on the first book you
pick, take doubts, and start with the second book for revision. For physical chemistry, Narendra Avasthi,
Balaji Publications, which is a decent level book where you can cover till JEE Advanced. For Olympiads you need different preparation. For math, it is a very subjective thing. Math, I personally solved Vinay Kumar for
most of the topics. Then for coordinate geometry and trigonometry
SL Loney. These are the two books I read. The thing is, math is very vast. So, it takes up a lot of time. So, depending on that you can pick up some
other books like Arihant. It is a very good book and it has topic wise
questions. So, Arihant is also a very nice book. And for math you can ask your teachers on
which book to follow or take up the coaching material. For physics and chemistry I think this pattern
can be followed; it is an ideal pattern. Very interesting. So, guys tell me something, the books you
specified, is this for JEE mains? OR do you think this is also sufficient for
JEE advanced? What is that you say? These books are sufficient for JEE advanced. Besides that if you finish all these, then
you can go on with a higher level material. But I think these are good preparation for
JEE advanced. And one thing, don’t miss the NCERT syllabus. In advanced, they pick up a line from NCERT
and ask a question, especially in chemistry. So, even if you don’t read the chapter side
by side, you should complete the NCERT for physics and chemistry alteast. Math is an option. But for physics and chemistry, by the end
of 12th you should have completed NCERT because it will help you boards also, and JEE advanced
also and JEE mains also. So, NCERT is a must. So, thanks for bringing that point Sarvesh. The NCERT one. In fact my next question was on that exactly. What is the role of NCERT, in the entire preparation? In the entire preparation, most of the students
feel that the entire NCERT is for boards; and JEE and advanced preparation is entirely
different. But from what you said, it doesn’t seem
so. So, I’d like to as you both, and Anand you
too, that what is the role of NCERT? How should student approach NCERT? When does it have to be done? How much should it be done? Since you answered, I’ll start with you
only. Can you elaborate on this more? Chemistry NCERT is very important. You can read it side by side or you can read
it at the end. But try to read it side by side. Reason is that you don’t miss out on any
topic. Then you can have a closure on that chapter
so that nothing is missed in exam point of view, board point of view, advanced point
of view. And for inorganic chemistry, I think NCERT
is the good thing. Everything expands from NCERT. NCERT is a very good level. Organic same thing. For physics, NCERT has few things which are
not taught in coaching and it is a very good book. The back chapter problems are a decent level. So physics has to be done. If you don’t read it side by side, complete
it at the end. The back problems are really good and you’ll
see extra concepts as well. Like, especially chapters like modern physics,
it is amazing. And for math, it is up to you. Apart from some extra topics, you can skip
NCERT. But topics like Statistics, you should complete
them. Pranav, any points on that? I’d say that one misconception often students
have is that chemistry NCERT is easy or it is not a good book. Frankly speaking, I loved chemistry NCERT. It is an amazingly designed book it covers
everything in depth and the topics you don’t need to go into depth it just skims over it. So perfectly designed book. So, and personally I loved reading NCERT and
reading NCERT is a must. There is no two opinions on that. You have to read NCERT completely for chemistry. For physics, like he said, you can cover it
at a later stage. You can actually wait for physics NCERT. For chemistry NCERT, you should cover side
by side. If you leave t for the end, then there’s
a huge gap in your preparation. Very interesting. Anand, any inputs or any pointes on top of
what these guys have said. That for students. How to approach NCERT, and more importantly,
should it be the start point or should it be the end point or should it be the revision
point. Yeah So, I think most of the points they have
added. They have already commented Subject wise,
math you can definitely skip NCERT because if you are preparing for competitive exams,
the level itself goes beyond NCERT at a very early stage and therefore there are very less
things you’ll gain out of NCERT in math. Specifically, barring the topics like statistics
as sarvesh told, but in chemistry, definitely it is the starting point. Because, as Pranav was mentioning, it is a
beautifully written book and you can’t miss out on anything. You have to cover each and every point there. So, a lot of things have been written in between
the lines you have to read in between the lines. And maybe you have to read it twice, thrice,
four times and extract all the items out of it. So, many a times I also tell students that
the diagram which is mentioned there. You should actually a write it down separately,
see what is given in the diagram, what is the context of that, for example, P2O5. How many P and O linkages are there? And if the diagram is there, it is important
from a competition perspective. So you should note each and everything out
of chemistry and prepare a separate copy for NCERT chemistry. Physics, I felt that lot of students feel
difficult to start with and therefore HC verma is a very good starting point in physics and
towards the end when you prepare for the entire 11th and 12th and where you are revising,
you can pick up NCERT of physics and you should not leave it. As sarvesh was mentioning, there are a lot
of points in NCERT which is not covered anywhere. I’ve seen a lot of teacher skipping these
points. So, lot of points in fluid dynamics and in
boxes few things are written. And they are so very important that in general
we skip it. In exams they ask questions from there. I think guys, all of you watching, common
thing is NCERT is extremely critical and important especially in chemistry and to an extent in
physics as well

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