Can I clear the JEE Advanced physics just by solving HC Verma and PYQ?
Concepts of Physics by HC Verma is just a book. Just like DC Pandey or Resnick-Halliday. But a book doesn’t teach you to crack JEE. It teaches you Physics. My best friend studied HC Verma and he got AIR-299. I got a four-digit rank. Some got maybe 10k. It’s what you’ve understood and what you apply that day is the thing that matters.
From PYQ you get an idea about the type of questions asked in IIT-JEE. No doubt these are very good questions for concept building and you should definitely solve each and every problem but in the actual exam you should
practice some more moderate number of questions of similar types but of the same level.
HC verma solely is not enough for jee advanced (to get good marks). Instead you should follow up other ones too as secondary like
- Previous year questions (prefer doing at last but never neglect)
- DC pandey
- Resinick hallidey walker (for concepts)
- IE irodov(for high end problems)