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IIT JEE: What should be the strategy for repeaters?

| January 14, 2011 | 200 Comments | Total Views: 13,682

…n clarifying concept by solving more and more problem. Problem should be solved by books which have IIT JEE sort of problems. I would suggest go for Arihant books in Physics and Mathematics. For chemistry, Arihant books are not so much good. Try Schaum series or others like O P Tondon or O P Agrawal for physical chemistry. For Organic strictly go for Solomons & Fryhle. It is best book for Organic chemistry for IIT JEE. Use this book with its…

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How to Prepare for IIT JEE?

| May 3, 2011 | 20 Comments | Total Views: 6,006

…dov people nowadays say that you don’t need such a hard book for current IIT pattern. But, I found it full of IIT sort of problems. Which is very helpful in solving every problem of IIT level and also for fine tuning the concepts? Chemistry: Arihant’s book for Inorganic chemistry. Just mug it up. Nothing more. It has a good collection of problems too. Organic Chemistry by Solomons & Fryle. Use its solution book side by…

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When Should I Start Preparing for IIT?

| March 9, 2014 | 0 Comments | Total Views: 810

…your senior for the purpose. But, it is important that the book should be for 11th and 12th rather than for JEE Advanced. Approach for JEE is quite different from 10th. There are not going to be conceptual questions, like explain the extraction of H2SO4 with design of apparatus or What is a magnetic field. It would be all numerical based, except in Organic and Inorganic Chemistry (Chemistry has three parts after 11th; Physical, Organic and Inorg…

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IIT JEE: What should be Strategy for Partial Droppers?

| July 3, 2011 | 46 Comments | Total Views: 4,965

…otice that their friends are enjoying the college life and they are not, even if they can. Sometimes, this works in diminishing their zeal to be an IIT’ian, as somewhere in the mind they fear that they could fail to secure an IIT seat. It is easy to enjoy life in present than to plan to enjoy in the future which is unclear. Overall, a partial dropper needs to be mentally very strong to overcome these problems. The success rate of partial droppers…

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