The Best Books For These 7 JEE & NEET Topics

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Take care of these topics by referring to the top books, and you’re covered for Physics, Chemistry & Maths. Here is a list of the best books to refer to when preparing for these topics for JEE, NEET or any other entrance exam.

1. Any topic in Physics

The bible for any student who is preparing for JEE, Concept of Physics by H. C. Verma covers all Physics topics from the most basic to the toughest. If you’re in Class 10 and beginning your JEE preparation, this should be your first book for Physics.

Another book to refer to is Fundamentals of Physics by Resnick & Halliday. Although the problems in this book are not of a JEE Advanced level, this book is highly recommended to understand the basics.

2. Organic Chemistry

Considered to be an extremely important book, it will help any student learn & understand organic chemistry inside out! For those who enjoy learning instead of just remembering concepts, Morrison & Boyd's Organic Chemistry is the ideal book.

3. Physical Chemistry

R. C. Mukherjee’s Modern Approach To Chemical Calculations helps explain Physical Chemistry thoroughly with its numerical problems for all the JEE related topics.

4. Inorganic Chemistry

J. D. Lee’s Concise Inorganic Chemistry book is a concise yet comprehensive coverage of all the concepts you need to know in Inorganic Chemistry - a good read for anyone who wants to explore Inorganic Chemistry.

5. Trigonometry & Coordinate Geometry

Geometry is all about visualisation of problems and this book, The Elements of Co-ordinate Geometry by S. L. Loney explains both co-ordinate geometry & trigonometry topics well.

6. Calculus

Want to master Calculus not only for your Maths preparation, but also for applications in Physics & in your undergraduate course? Problems in Calculus of One Variable by I. A. Maron is highly recommended for learning Calculus.

7. Algebra

Hall & Knight’s Higher Algebra is a complete guide to Algebra, contains a long range of elementary as well as advanced problems that you can practise.

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