Best reference books for IIT JEE - 2014 mains and advanced exams preparation

Are you an IIT JEE aspirant and looking for the best reference books by top authors and publications for the preparation of mains and advanced examinations for year 2014? Here in this, article you will get subject wise best reference books along with the name of the author and publisher. Hence, all IIT JEE - 2014 aspiring students can go through the entire article for preparing by following all books and getting success in the examination.

For admissions in IITs, a candidate needs to appear for combined Joint Entrance Examination, preference for marks scored in Intermediate level. A candidate needs to appear for a two stages examination for admissions in IITs. IIT JEE Mains exam gives a sixty percent weight-age and a forty percent weight-age for Intermediate marks. The first top one lakh fifty thousand students gets the eligibility for appearing IIT JEE advanced. Candidates on scoring good rank in IIT JEE advanced gets admissions in IITs and candidates needs to be there in the first twenty percentile in intermediate and equaling Course. All IIT JEE - 2014 and advanced aspiring candidates can go through the below given subject-wise best reference books available in the market.

Subject wise Best reference books for IIT JEE - 2014 Mains and Advanced

Chemistry reference books (Name of books - Author/publisher)

Physical Chemistry- O.P.Tandon, Numerical Chemistry - P.Bahadur (G.R. Bathla &Sons), University Chemistry – Bruce H. Mahan, Numerical Chemistry – R.C. Mukharjee, Physical Chemistry – P. Bahadur(For reading theory), Physical Chemistry – P.W.Atkins, General Chemistry - Ebbing, JJT JEE Chemistry – O.P. Agarwal and Chemistry XI, XII – NCERT

Organic Chemistry: Organic Chemistry – O.P. Tandon, Organic Chemistry – Paula Bruice Yurkanis, Organic Chemistry - Organic Chemistry by MORRISON & BOYD, Organic Chemistry – Arihant Prakashan, Organic Chemistry - Solomons, Organic Chemistry – I.L. Finar, Organic Chemistry – Bahal & Bahal, Organic Chemistry - Peter Skyes, Organic Chemistry – J.D . March and Concept of Organic Chemistry - M.S. Chauhan

Inorganic Chemistry: Chemistry XI &XII – NCERT, Inorganic Chemistry – Arihant Prakashan, Inorganic Chemistry – O.P.Tandon, Concise Inorganic Chemistry – J.D. Lee and Inorganic Chemistry – J.D. Lee

Best Physics reference Books (Name of books - Author/publisher)

Concepts of Physics Vol I and II – H.C. Verma, Problems in General Physics – I.E. Irodov, Fundamental of Physics – Halliday, Resnick & Walker, Aptitude Test Problems in Physics – Krotov, Advance Physics – Nelkon and Parker, Dynamics of a Particle & of rigid bodies – S.L. Loney, Problem in Physics – V.Zubov & V. Shalnov, Problems in Physics – A.A. Pinsky, Elements of Dynamics Part I & II – S.L. Loney, Physics Vol I &II – Tipler, The Feynman Lectures on Physics Vols I and II – R.P. Feynman and A collection of questions and problems in Physics – L.A. Sena

Best Mathematics reference books (Name of books - Author/publisher)

Maths XI & XII – R.D. Sharma, Trigonometry – S.L.Loney, Co-ordinate Geometry – S.L.Loney, Higher Algebra – Hall Knight, Problems in Calculus of One Variable – I.A. Maron, Algebra – Arihant, Differential Calculus – Arihant, Integral Calculus – Arihant, Plane Trigonometry Part 1 – S.L.Loni, Plane Co-ordinate Geometry – S.L.Loni, Higher Algebra – Hall and Knight, Vector – Shanti Narayan, Introduction Probability &its Applications – W. Feller, Vector and 3 D Geometry – Arihant Prakshan, Mathematics – Tata McGraw Hills (TMH), Problems in Calculus of one variable – I.A. Maron, Calculus – J. Edward, Maths XI and XII – R.S. Aggarwal, Problems in Mathematics – V. Govorov, N. Miroshin and S.Smirnova, Higher Algebra – Barnard and Child, Co-ordinate Geometry – Dr. Gorakh Prasad, Algebra made easy – K.P. Basu, Elementary Maths - Patapov DoroFeev, Maths – Krechmar and A problem book in mathematics analysis – G.N. Berman.

Necessity of following the above mentioned reference books during IIT JEE preparation

Students and IIT JEE aspirants can use the above-mentioned reference books during the mains and advanced examinations preparations for grabbing seats in IITs and in other top educational institutes. Subject wise and topic wise reference books written by popular authors and publications always helps and guides the students to make it easy for preparations, in both mains and advanced exams questions will be based on basic concepts and from all parts of the chapters. On going through the mentioned best reference books, the student can acquire complete knowledge of all topics and subjects hence will able to answer all questions perfectly and correctly.

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