Books for IIT-JEE Main

Now that you have decided to go heads on for cracking the IIT JEE, it is very vital that you choose your study material carefully. Here we will deal with the concept of which books ought to be bought by the students and from which kind of books should the students lay their hands off. 

Majority of the students follow the books recommended by the IIT toppers. But when a student is assimilating his or her study resources, they should check that the language of the book is comprehensible, and the author is an academician with a background in teaching. This is because only then the book would have been written from the perspective to aid the students in their struggle period. 

The IIT JEE books which are being bought by the students must be selected after much scrutiny. One must ensure that their time and money is not wasted after buying the books which in the end prove not to uphold the expectations. 

Hence the students must carry the latest syllabus of the IIT JEE with them when buying the IIT preparation books. The students must check carefully what all topics carry the maximum weightage and then search for the books which have the relevant topics mentioned in detail and in-depth. The IIT JEE books which have the majority of the concepts explained in a comprehensible manner should be chosen by the students.

The student should be aware that buying different books for different topics will only lead to a pile which in the end would remain untouched. An aspirant must also have good question banks which will have numerous questions based on various concepts for practice. 

One must not be misled by fancy publishers or foreign authors whose books are not understandable at all. The students must be vigilant of the numerous publishers who go on about claiming their IIT preparation books are the best. Apart from this, there are some IIT JEE books which are must-haves for the students. For example, the NCERT books which are like the holy grail for every IIT aspirant are a necessity for every student, even for preparing for the Board exams. 

While it has been said above that choosing a book is a personal thing, but a little guidance should always be provided, especially for such crucial exams. Therefore, after reviewing students and experts, below are the tables which provide a list of reference books for each subject of JEE Main.

Thus STUDY RATE  has brought to you a list of the best physics books for IIT JEE and also for Chemistry and Maths. These books have been sorted out in accordance to their relevance for the IIT JEE exam, IIT JEE syllabus and the latest IIT JEE exam pattern. The team of STUDYRATE hopes that your efforts will prove to be fruitful.(Please click on desktop site if you are reading in phone , to see all the books)
JEE Books

Physics Books for IIT JEE Main

Concept of Physics Part-1by H.C. Verma

Concept of Physics Part-2by H.C. Verma 

Problems in General Physics by I.E. Irodov 
IIT JEE Physics by D.C. Pandey

Fundamentals of Physics by Halliday & Resnick

Aptitude Test Problems in Physics by SS Krotov 

Chemistry Books for IIT JEE Main

Organic Chemistry by Morrison & Boyd

Numerical Chemistry by P. Bahadur

Modern Approach to Chemical Calculations by R.C. Mukerjee
Organic Chemistry by O.P. Tandon

Concise Inorganic Chemistry by J.D. Lee

Organic Chemistry for JEE
by Solomons & Fryhle 

Mathematics Books for IIT JEE Main

Class XI Vol 1&2by R.D. Sharma

Class XII Vol 1&2by R.D. Sharma

Objective Mathematics by R.D. Sharma
IIT Mathematics by M.L. Khanna

Plane Trigonometry by S.L. Loney

Coordinate Geometry
by S.L. Loney
Differential Calculus by A. Das Gupta

Higher Algebra by Hall & Knight

Problems in Calculus
of One Variable

by I.A. Maron 

While all the listed best books for IITJEE will prove to be helpful, but the aspirants should definitely refer to their NCERT XI & XII books for the theory purpose. The NCERT books explain the concepts in the easiest and understanding language. Hopefully, now the aspirants will at least have an idea of where to start reading from.

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Books for IIT-JEE Advanced

While preparing for any exam, the students need books. Books which will not only clear the concept but will also give them the idea of what to expect in the exam. The JEE Advanced exam is no different. Everyone knows that the JEE Advanced exam is literally a ladder to get admissions into IITs. And, it would not be wrong to say that students appearing for this exam require books, and that too the best ones that are available.
The students should consider their NCERT books to be the holy bible for appearing in the JEE. They can use them to understand and clear the basics for all the subjects. Be it Physics, Chemistry or Mathematics, NCERT books will always come to the rescue. So, it’s probably best to have a thorough understanding of the basics of every subject from the NCERT books. Nonetheless, for further study and complex theories, there are other JEE Advanced study books that the students can refer to while studying.
But first of all, as a JEE Advanced aspirant, students should make sure to focus on two most important things:

  1. Reading enough theory
  2. Solving a lot of problems

If the students keep these two things in mind, they will be able to pick the most suitable study books for themselves.

However, there are students who are unable to pick about good books and end up with a number of the useless book. Though it mainly happens due to the lack of proper guidance. But still, this thing happening to the students is not good. Therefore, keeping in mind the fear, confusion and desperation of the students regarding which books they should refer, below are the list of reference books for each subject.

JEE Advanced Physics

 Concept of Physics Part-1by H.C. VermaConcept of Physics Part-2by H.C. Verma Problems in General Physicsby I.E. Irodov 
 Problem in Physicsby A.A. PinskyFundamentals of Physicsby Halliday & ResnickAptitude Test Problems in Physics by SS Krotov 

JEE Advanced Chemistry

Physical Chemistryby O.P. TandonInorganic Chemistryby O.P. TandonOrganic Chemistryby O.P. Tandon
 Organic Chemistryby Paula Y. BruiceConcise Inorganic Chemistryby J.D. LeePhysical Chemistryby Peter Atkins 

JEE Advanced Mathematics

Class XI & XIIby R.D. SharmaPlane Trigonometryby S.L. LoneyCoordinate Geometryby S.L. Loney
Integral Calculusby Amit M. AgarwalHigher Algebraby Hall & KnightProblems in Calculus
of One Variable
by I.A. Maron 

Well, these are just a few good reference books that will be helpful for the students. But there are many more referential books that the students can opt for according to their requirement.

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