Which books would be good for the JEE Maths?
Books play a key role in preparation of any exam. Choosing to write a book can
open the doors to success but at the same time choosing the wrong books can lead you to a
huge trouble.So, it is really very important to get your hands only on correct books.
Preparing for IIT JEE maths you must understand that you cannot simply rely just on a single
book .You will need several books
Maths is the toughest paper of IIT JEE therefore maths needs practice and expertise with
correct and accurate problem solving techniques in less time.
If you are IIT JEE aspirant and is currently in the beginning level of the preparation you must
start with NCERT mathematics of 11th and 12th along with this you can also opt for another
reference book at the same time one of which is
“The First Step IIT JEE Mathematics” by Amit M Agarwal
NCERT holds 8.9 % weight in IIT JEE exams .Studying NCERT is good but you cannot
simply depend only on NCERT. You need to combine this with other practice and reference
books to crack IIT JEE.
To make this more simple I have divided the books into categories:
- Books for preparation of JEE Mains
- Books for preparation of JEE advanced
Let’s talk first about books for JEE Mains. There are many books which can be used for
preparation of IIT JEE Mains.
The first one is RD Sharma (objective)
RD Sharma is a very good book for preparation of IIT JEE. RD Sharma publishers to
variants of mathematics books theoretical and objective you must keep in mind that you
need to study from objective one.
The second book is " Problems in IIT JEE"by Das Gupta. It is a very good book which will
help you to improve your way of understanding and solving problems.
After solving these books you need to focus on solving past year question papers for which I
would recommend you oswaal JEE mains past year question papers.
For JEE advanced:
Vikas Gupta and A Das Gupta are good books to clear basic .Along with this you must go for
Cengage ( 5 volume) or Amit Agarwal (3 volume) + SK Goyal (3 volume).
You can also take 'Work to play with graphs ’ by Amit M Agarwal . This will act like adding
Cherry on cake for the preparation of your IIT JEE maths.
For solving previous year questions for JEE advanced you can take a sneak peek at
"Arihant chapterwise topicwise solved paper for IIT JEE advanced "for revision concept of