What is the best way to prepare for JEE math?

What is the best way to prepare for JEE math?

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To prepare for Jee math you need a reliable source. Therefore,
you need books to cover the syllabus and be familiarized with the
concept of JEE and the level of questions in it.
The books actually depend on the type of students. Are you an
average learner aiming to clear the IIT-JEE with a decent rank or You
are an excellent learner and aiming for under 500 rank.
For Average learners who are willing to burn the midnight oil:
Start with R.D. Sharma (Subjective) for basics but don’t waste time
solving unnecessary easy problems. You can also skip some lengthy
proofs which are not at all required to crack IIT-JEE
After 2–3 months when you are comfortable with R.D. start a parallel
book and the perfect one is A. Das Gupta (MCQ and not the
subjective one). Try to finish this book side by side of your course in
+1 and +2. This will give you a lot of different and unique approaches
to solve various problems.
There is no point in starting a new book if you don’t revise the
previous ones. So keep revising whatever you have covered.
Near the end of +1 you can buy previous year JEE Main and
Advanced book by Arihant publication. Don’t go for any other
publication. Go through the previous year question very thoroughly, do
not rush through the book.
Keep your mind open in the exam because for getting into IIT the only
thing that matters for an average student is presence of mind.
Special Note: I was an average student and cracked IIT-JEE using
same technique and that’s what I impart to my average students.
For excellent learners aiming for under 500:
Straightaway starts with a subjective set of Arihant publications written
by Amit Aggarwal and S K Goyal. Complete these along with your
course. Near the end of +1 buy NEW Pattern IIT-JEE by S.k. Goyal
and complete that. Also complete the Previous year JEE Main and
Advanced book by Arihant publication.