JEE Preparation Books
Best JEE preparation Books
Getting started is the first step towards achieving success. With the right tools, one is sure to do well. The same goes for JEE examination preparation. With the correct guidance and proper preparation, one is sure to do well in exams. While preparing for JEE, a student often ponders over which are the best JEE Preparation books for him to consider. It is important to mention here that JEE examination is now held in two stagesJEE Mains and JEE Advanced. JEE Mains is the first step wherein the exam is conducted by CBSE, so preparation from all NCERT books is a must.
Other JEE Preparation books that one may consider are discussed as under:
JEE Best Preparation Mathematics Books
1. Book 1  M.L Khanna (IIT Mathematics For JEE Main & Advanced (Complete Set Of 2 Volumes)
Mathematics for JEE Main and Advanced Preparation book by M.L Khanna (HOD Of Maths Department) is the best book for all the students who are preparing for JEE Examination. This is one of the most recommended book for all the students who are preparing for JEE Examination.This book is recommended to both 11th and 12th Grade students. 
Table of Contents
Volume  I :
 Section  I: Algebra Sets, Relations and Functions Complex Numbers Progressions Theory of Quadratic Equations Logarithms Miscellaneous Equations Permutations and Combinations Mathematical Induction Binomial Theorem Determinants Matrices
 Section  II: Trigonometry Trigonometrical Ratios and Identities Trigonometrical Equations Inverse Circular Functions Properties of Triangles Height and Distances
 Section  III: Coordinate Geometry The Straight Line (First Degree) The Circle Pair of Straight Lines
Volume  II :

Section  IV: Coordinate Geometry The Parabola The Ellipse The Hyperbola Coordinate Geometry of Three Dimensions

Section  V: Vector Algebra Addition of Vectors Multiplication of Vectors

Section  VI: Differential Calculus Differentiation Functions Limits, Continuity and Differentiability Tangents and Normals Maxima and Minima

Section  VII: Integral Calculus Integration

Section  VIII: Differential Equations Differential Equations of 1st order and 1st degree, Formation of Differential Equations

Section  IX: Statistics Measure of Central Tendency

Section  X: Probability

Section  XI: Mathematical Reasoning
Pros and Cons of M.L Khanna (IIT Mathematics For JEE Main & Advanced (Complete Set Of 2 Volumes)
Pros:
 Got some really High Quality Questions that are best for preparing JEE Main and Advanced.
 Best book to clear the concepts.
 Helps students to increase their speed while solving questions in JEE examination.
 Covers almost every Class 12 board exams topics and IIT JEE Mathematics aso.
Cons:
 Price gets higher after some time.
 Not recommended for students who are in the initial stage of their JEE Preparation.
 Very less theory can be used as a Question solving book.
 Paper Quality can be better as compared to the prices.
2. Book 2  Asit Das Gupta (Differential Calculus)
The quality of this book can be assumed from the fact that the author of this book A Das Gupta is one of the top mathematics professors of IITs and presently teaching in IIT Kanpur. This is one of the most comprehensive and best designed books for IITJEE mathematics preparation. 
Table of Content

Fundamentals and Functions

Limits

Continuity and Differentiality

Differentiation

Application and Derivatives

Tangents and Normals

Monotonicity

Maxima and Minima

Graphical Transformation
Pros and Cons of Asit Das Gupta (Differential Calculus)
Pros:
 Beginners must solve NCERT before solving questions from it.
 Best one to practice topics like  Successive Differentiation (Leibnitz theorem), Euler Theorem and Expansion Series.
 Contains some brain storming problems. Recommended for every JEE Aspirant.
 Class 12 students can also learn and practice for their Board Exams.
Cons:
 Not Recommended for Beginners, need to solve NCERT and RD Sharma before using it.
 Content wise best book but some books are found damaged.
 Concepts clarity of this book can be improved.
3. Book 3  Hall and Knight ( Higher Algebra):
It is one of the best books for JEE Mathematic preparation. Those Students who preparing for IIT JEE and other engineering entrance exams must read this every day, especially for doing Algebra and Probability. The book is quite Challenging and Narrative and one of the best book for students who are preparing for JEE Examination. 
Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Ratio

Chapter 2: Proportion

Chapter 3: Variation

Chapter 4: Arithmetical Progression

Chapter 5: Geometrical Progression

Chapter 6: Harmonical Progression Theorems Connected with the Progression

Chapter 7: Scales of Notation

Chapter 8: Surds and Imaginary Quantities

Chapter 9: The Theory of Quadratic Equations

Chapter 10: Miscellaneous Equations

Chapter 11: Permutations and Combinations

Chapter 12: Mathematical Induction

Chapter 13: Binomial Theorem (Positive Integral Index)

Chapter 14: Binomial Theorem (Any Index)

Chapter 15: Multinomial Theorem

Chapter 16: Logarithms

Chapter 17: Exponential and Logarithmic

Chapter 18: Interest and Annuities

Chapter 19: Inequalities

Chapter 20: Limiting Values and Fractions

Chapter 21: Convergence and Divergence Series

Chapter 22: Undetermined Coefficients

Chapter 23: Partial Fractions

Chapter 24: Recurring Series

Chapter 25: Continued Fractions

Chapter 26: Indeterminate Equations(First Degree)

Chapter 27: Recurring Continued Fractions

Chapter 28: Indeterminate Equations(Second Degree)

Chapter 29: Summation of Series

Chapter 30: Theory of Numbers

Chapter 31: General Theories of Continued Fractions

Chapter 32: Probability

Chapter 33: Determinants

Chapter 34: Miscellaneous Examples

Chapter 35: Theory of Equations
Pros and Cons of Hall and Knight ( Higher Algebra)
Pros:
 The basics of this book are clarified quite thoroughly.
 Students love this book as they say that this book makes algebra interesting.
 Contains nearly 1300 questions to solve.
 Preparing for JEE Examination, this can be a life saver for you.
Cons:
 Paper and Book quality is not that up to mark.
 Beginners will face difficulty while preparing from this book.
 Students prefer M.L Khanna over this because M.L Khanna book concepts are easy to understand as compared to it.
 Typing errors and layout of book is also not in correct position.
4. Book 4 – R D Sharma (Mathematics) 
R D Sharma is a Indian author and mathematician..The author has a doctorate degree in Mathematics, and at present is the Head of the Science and Humanities Department, at the Directorate of Technical Education, Delhi. Sharma has trained in computeroriented mathematical methods at IIT Kharagpur, and has been teaching at the university level for many years. 
Table of Content

Chapter 1: Relations

Chapter 2: Functions

Chapter 3: Binary Operations

Chapter 4: Inverse Trigonometric Functions

Chapter 5: Algebra of Matrices

Chapter 6: Determinants

Chapter 7: Adjoint and Inverse of a Matrix

Chapter 8: Solution of Simultaneous Linear Equations

Chapter 9: Continuity

Chapter 10: Differentiability

Chapter 11: Differentiation

Chapter 12: Higher Order Derivatives

Chapter 13: Derivative as a Rate

Chapter 14: Differentials, Errors and Approximations

Chapter 15: Mean Value Theorems

Chapter 16: Tangents and Normals

Chapter 17: Increasing and Decreasing Functions

Chapter 18: Maxima and Minima

Chapter 19: Indefinite Integrals

Chapter 20: Definite Integrals

Chapter 21: Areas of Bounded Regions

Chapter 22: Differential Equations

Chapter 23: Algebra of Vectors

Chapter 24: Scalar Or Dot Product

Chapter 25: Vector or Cross Product

Chapter 26: Scalar Triple Product

Chapter 27: Direction Cosines and Ratios

Chapter 28: Straight Line in Space

Chapter 29: The Plane

Chapter 30: Linear programming

Chapter 31: Probability

Chapter 32: Mean and Variance of a Random Variable

Chapter 33: Binomial Distribution
Pros and Cons of R D Sharma (Mathematics)
Pros:
 High Quality Pages and easily readable.
 Low price as compared to other books available for JEE Main and Advanced Preparation.
 Contains more than 1500 solved questions for practicing.
 Recommended for Class 12 board exams and students preparing for JEE Examination.
Cons:
 New Edition is not released yet. Only old editions are available in the market.
 Students must solve NCERT first before starting practicing from it.
5. Book 5  S.L Loney (Coordinate Geometry (Part 1)
The first part of Elements of Coordinate Geometry by S.L. Loney is designed to serve as a comprehensive textbook for students to build a solid foundation when preparing for entrance exams. The book is among our ‘Classic Texts Series’, a bestseller collection of elementary textbooks for students to develop indepth knowledge in various learning domains of Mathematics and Physics. 
Table of Content

Introduction

Some algebraic results

Coordinates

Lengths of Straight Lines and Areas of Triangles

Locus

Equation to a Locus

Straight line rectangular coordinates

Straight line Polar Equations and Oblique Coordinates

Equations representing Two or more Straight lines

Transformation of Coordinates

The circle

System of Circles

Conic Sections

The Parabola

The Ellipse

The Hyperbola

Polar Equation to a Conic

General Equation & Tracking of Curves

General Equation and Miscellaneous Propositions
Pros and Cons of S.L Loney (Coordinate Geometry (Part 1)
Pros:
 Best book for the preparation of Coordinate Geometry.
 Highly Recommended for Beginners to understand the basics of Coordinate Geometry.
 Must have book for every Aspirant preparing for JEE Examination (Main and Advanced).
Cons:
 Book Quality is not that up to mark but the content is really helpful.
 Most of the students don’t buy it because of their low quality, once if they managed to improve it then it must be one of the best books for JEE Preparation (Main and Advanced).
JEE Best Preparation Physics Books
1. Book 1  H.C Verma (Concepts of Physics Solutions –Part 1 & 2):
Harish Chandra Verma is an Indian Physicist and retired Professor at the IIT, Kanpur since 1994.He was in the field of Nuclear Physics. He has authored several books at UnderGraduate, PostGraduate and School level. His most popular work is the Concept of Physics (Part 1 and Part 2). 
Table of Content
HC Verma (Concepts of Physics Part1)

Chapter 1  Introduction to Physics

Chapter 2  Physics and Mathematics

Chapter 3  Rest and Motion Kinematics

Chapter 4  The Forces

Chapter 5  Newton's Laws of Motion

Chapter 6  Friction

Chapter 7  Circular Motion

Chapter 8  Work and Energy

Chapter 9  Centre of Mass, Linear Momentum, Collision

Chapter 10  Rotational Mechanics

Chapter 11  Gravitation

Chapter 12  Simple Harmonics Motion

Chapter 13  Fluid Mechanics

Chapter 14  Properties of Matter

Chapter 15  Waves

Chapter 16  Sound Waves

Chapter 17  Light Waves

Chapter 18  Geometrical Optics

Chapter 19  Optical Instruments

Chapter 20  Dispersion and Spectra

Chapter 21  Speed of Light

Chapter 22 – Photometry
HC Verma ( Concepts of Physics Part2 )

Chapter 23  Heat and Temperature

Chapter 24  Kinetic Theory of Gases

Chapter 25  Calorimetry

Chapter 26  Laws of Thermodynamics

Chapter 27  Specific Heat Capacities (Gases)

Chapter 28  Heat Transfer

Chapter 29  Electric Field and Potential

Chapter 30  Gauss's Law

Chapter 31  Capacitors

Chapter 32  Electric Current in Conductors

Chapter 33  Current

Chapter 34  Magnetic Field

Chapter 35  Magnetic Field due to Current

Chapter 36  Permanent Magnets

Chapter 37  Magnetic Properties of Matter

Chapter 38  Electromagnetic Induction

Chapter 39  Alternating Current

Chapter 40  Electromagnetic Waves

Chapter 41  Electric Current through Gases

Chapter 42  Photoelectric Effect and WaveParticle Duality

Chapter 43  Bohr's Model and Physics of Atom

Chapter 44  Xrays

Chapter 45  Semiconductors

Chapter 46  The Nucleus

Chapter 47  Special Theory of Relativity
Pros and Cons of H.C Verma (Concepts of Physics Solutions –Part 1 & 2):
Pros:
 The Strength of this book is in the crystal clear explanation of their topics and a large number of problems of different difficulty level.
 Available Online at such low prices upto Rs 150.
 Best Book available in the market for the preparation of IIT JEE Physics.
 Can be recommended to both Class 12 and JEE Aspirants.
Cons:
 They should work on their book quality.
 Before buying, please see the Hologram as the duplicate copies are also available in the Market.
 Best Alternative of this book is I.E Irodov as it contains large amount of questions for solving purpose.
2. Book 2 – D.C Pandey (New Pattern Physics)
New Pattern Physics (IIT JEE) is a comprehensive book for students appearing for the Joint Entrance examination. The book comprises of chapters on kinematics, laws of motion, work, power and energy, circular motion, rotation, gravitation, simple harmonic motion, electrostatics and modern physics. 
Table of Content

Experimental Skills and General Physics

Kinematics 1

Kinematics 2

Laws of Motion

Work, Power and Energy

Circular Motion

Center of Mass, Impulse and Momentum

Rotation

Gravitation

Properties of Matter

Simple Harmonic Motion

Waves

Heat and Thermodynamics

Ray Optics

Wave Optics

Electrostatics

Current Electricity

Magnetic Effect of Current & Magnetism

Electromagnetic Induction & Alternating Current

Electromagnetic Waves

Modern Physics

Semiconductors and Electronic Devices

Communication System
Pros and Cons of D.C Pandey (New Pattern Physics) :
Pros:
 Contains all difficulty level of Physics questions that are required in JEE Main and Advanced Examination.
 A lot of theory at the beginning followed by large number of Numerical Problems.
 If the JEE Main and Advanced Pattern changes by time, this book also changes and that is the best thing about this book.
Cons:
 Content of this book is really outstanding, but the binding of the book is not that good.
 Lots of spelling errors, Arihant Publication should work on this too.
 Level of Questions can be increased.
3. Book 3  I.E. Irodov (Problems in General Physics)
The book is intended for college undergraduates majoring in Physics. Each section is preceded by a short summary of appropriate formulas whose total number exceeds 300. It is one of the most selling JEE Preparation Physics book which is recommended by mostly all the IITs available in the market these days. 
Table of Content:

Part 1  Physical Fundamentals of Mechanics.

Part 2  Electrodynamics.

Part 3  Oscillation and Waves.

Part 4  Optics (Geometrical & Optical).

Part 5  Thermodynamics and Molecular Physics.

Part 6 Nuclear Physics.
Pros and Cons of I.E. Irodov (Problems in General Physics) :
Pros:
 Over 1900 Complicated Problems with hints to solve.
 After each Chapter, Unsolved practice exercises provided so that aspirants can revise what discussed in the chapter.
 Answer to these Questions provided at the end of book.
 It’s not for just competitive exams, but can be considered as to learn Physics on regular basis.
 Best Book for Physics at the lowest price.
Cons:
 Not recommended to Beginners who just started preparing for JEE.
 Concepts of books are good but the overall quality of book can be improved.
 Writers should also focus on minimizing the small errors.
 Must solve NCERT and HC Verma before putting your hands on it.
4. Book 4  S.S. Krotov (Problems in Physics)
Krotov Physics book is good but is not much suitable for JEE preparation. It teaches you how to get answers quickly with minimal use of mathematics and has a lot of multiplechoice questions (MCQs). This Book gain importance recently as they introduced new version of their book which includes top best topics for IITs. 
Table of Content:

Mechanics

Heat and Molecular Physics

Electricity and Mechanism

Optics
Pros and Cons of S.S. Krotov (Problems in Physics) :
Pros:
 Contains Brainstorming Problem with outstanding solutions with detailed explanations.
 This book is made keeping the specific requirements of Students and various other examinations.
 The content is easily readable and understandable for Class 11th and 12th students.
 Most recommended physics questions book that covers important topics like Mechanics, Heat and Molecular physics, Electricity and Optics.
Cons:
 It is not for preparing for Higher Level Examination.
 Contains a lot of Printing Mistakes, should choose a better publication.
 Must contain some more theory part for the better clarification of the topics.
5. Book 5  Resnick, Halliday and Walker (Physics for IIT JEE)
This book has been written to meet the examination need of engineering students enrolling in the first year and is in This second volume of the Resnick, Halliday and Walker’s “Fundamental of Physics”(9th edition) and is a musthave resource for JEE ( main & advanced) for JEE aspirants. S.L Loney is the most selling JEE Physics preparation book and most loved also.The Content of this book is highly enriched and beautifully explained by the Author. 
Table of Content

Units and Dimensions

Vectors and Elementary Calculus

Motion Along a Straight Line

Motion in Two and ThreeDimensions

Force and Motion I

Force and MotionII

Circular Motion

Work, Power and Energy

Center of Mass

Rigid Body DynamicsI

Rigid Body DynamicsII

Elasticity

Gravitation

Fluids

Oscillations

WavesI

WavesII

Temperature and Thermal Expansion

Heat, Calorimetry and Heat Transfer

The Kinetic Theory of Gases

First Law of Thermodynamics
Pros and Cons of Resnick, Halliday and Walker (Physics for IIT JEE) :
Pros:
 Students call it the “Bible of Physics”. One of the best books for the preparation of IIT JEE Physics.
 The Explanation and Illustrations of this book are excellent as compared to other IIT Physics JEE Preparation Books.
 Easily readable and understandable and you can start practicing it from 8Th Class till 12th class.
 If you want to for Higher Education in Physics, then must go for it.
Cons:
 Only recommended for JEE Aspirants not for NEET.
 Book condition can be improved a bit but overall it is the best in market.
 Contains only subjective questions ,must include MCQ’s also.
JEE Best Chemistry Preparation Books
1. Book 1  O P Tandon (Concepts of Organic Chemistry)
The complete text has been thoroughly revised in order to make the subject matter more simple, systematic and logical. The latest trends of different competitive examinations have been integrated with the fundamental concepts. Some of the topics have been elaborated to make the explanation and reasoning very clear. 
Table of Content:

Introduction to Organic Chemistry

Molecular Analysis Of Organic Compounds

Classification and Nomenclature Of Organic Compounds

Isomerism Mechanism Of Organic Reactions

Saturated Aliphatic Hydrocarbons

Unsaturated Hydrocarbons

Halogenated Aliphatic Hydrocarbons

Alcohols, Alkanols, Ethers, Aldehydes and Ketones

Carboxylic Acids

Acid Derivatives

Nitrogen Containing Compounds

Biomolecules Aromatic Compounds

Organic Compounds in the Services of Mankind

Problems Based Upon Structure

Reactions of Organic Compounds
Pros and Cons of O P Tandon (Concepts of Organic Chemistry) :
Pros:
 Contains hell lot of examples for better understanding of the Topic.
 Mechanism of all the reaction is explained in a very detailed way which makes a lot easy for students to understand.
 One of the best books for preparing for JEE Chemistry (Organic).
Cons:
 Beware of the Duplicate content; Please see the hologram before watching.
 Quality of the pages can be improved and prices can be reduced as per the quality given.
2. Book 2  O.P Tandon (Inorganic Chemistry)
The Text of the book is thoroughly revised to make subject matter more simple, systematic and logical. This book is really helpful for all those students who are preparing for JEE Chemistry. This Book gain importance recently as they introduced new version of their book which includes top best topics for IITs. 
Table of Content

Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties

Chemical Bonding

Acids and Bases

General Principles of Excraction of Metals

Hydrogen and its Compounds

Alkali Metals and their Compounds

Alkali Earth Metals and their Compounds

Elements of Group IIIA or I3 (The Boron Family) (Boron and Aluminium)

Elements of Group IV A or I4

Elements of Group VA or I5

Elements of Group VIA or I6

Elements of Group VIIA or I7

The Elements of I8 or Zero Group

Transition Elements or dblock Elements and fblock Elements

Coordination Compounds and Organometallics

Stoichiometry (Calculations Based on Chemical Equations)

Volumetric Analysis

Qualitative Inorganic Analysis

Environmental Chemistry
Pros and Cons of O.P Tandon (Inorganic Chemistry) :
Pros:
 The User Interface of the book is really amazing and that increases the interest of the students.
 Contains lot of important topics for the preparation of JEE Chemistry (Main and Advanced).
 Price of the book is also reasonable and it is a must have book for every JEE Aspirant.
Cons:
 The amount of questions can be more but the overall content is good.
 Must see the hologram behind the book for the originality.
 This book doesn’t contain any more cons apart from the two above.
3. Book 3  Morrison Boyd (Organic Chemistry)
The bestcovered topics covered in Morrison Organic Chemistry book are Molecular Structure and Properties and Principles of Organic Chemistry. The book helps the students to understand the role of molecular structure in understanding the basics of organic chemistry. 
Table of Content

Part I: Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry

Part II: Chemistry of Functional Groups

Part III: Special Topics

Part IV: Biomolecules and Bioorganic Chemistry

Part V: Contemporary and Future Organic Chemistry
Pros and Cons of Morrison Boyd (Organic Chemistry) :
Pros:
 One of the best books for the preparation of Organic Chemistry.
 Don’t contain many questions but the concepts are explained in the best possible way.
 Grade 11th and 12th students can also prepare for their board exams apart from JEE Preparation.
 Students who want to prepare for Medical can also prepare from this book.
Cons:
 Some concepts and mechanisms are missing from this book but you can purchase the upcoming latest edition.
 The layouts of fonts are not proper throughout the book but it’s not that big issue.
 If you want to go deeper in Organic Chemistry then I should recommend O.P Tandon.
4. Book 4 J. D. Lee (Concise Inorganic Chemistry)
Concise Inorganic Chemistry is ideal for all those students who are looking to study Inorganic chemistry in much more detail and understand the basics of each and every concept thoroughly. It is not just a collection of theoretical text; rather information given in the book is backed by proper reasoning or experiments. 
Table of Content:
Part One: Theoretical Concepts and Hydrogen

Atomic structure and the periodic table

Introduction to bonding

The ionic bond

The covalent bond

The metallic bond

General properties of the elements

Coordination compounds

Hydrogen and the hydrides
Part Two: The sBlock Elements

Group I – the alkali metals

The chloralkali industry

Group II – the alkaline earth elements
Pros and Cons of J. D. Lee (Concise Inorganic Chemistry) :
Pros:
 This book contains the overall topic of JEE Main Examination, hence it is a better option for JEE Aspirants.
 The Explanation and Illustrations of this book are excellent as compared to other IIT Chemistry JEE Preparation Books.
 Mechanism of all the reaction is explained in a very detailed way which makes a lot easy for students to understand.
Cons:
 Not useful if you are preparing for JEE Advanced Examination.
 Contains topics that are useful for Class 12th Board examination.
 Prices are overrated but the quality is not at that par.
5. Book 5  P. Bahadur (Numerical Chemistry)
Numerical Chemistry by P Bahadur is the best book for JEE preparation, because it contains lots of solved and unsolved numerical problems. P Bahadur Numerical Chemistry book covers all the topics of the JEE Chemistry syllabus. 
Table of Content:
PARTA: General and Physical Chemistry

Gaseous State

Mole Concept and Equivalent Concept

Atomic Structure

Radioactivity

Periodic Properties, Chemical Bonding and Complexes

OxidationReduction

Electrolysis and Electrochemical Cells

Redox Titrations

Colligative Properties and Solutions

Surface Chemistry

Chemical Kinetics

Chemical Equilibrium

Ionic Equilibrium

Conductance’s of Solution

Thermodynamics

Thermochemistry

Crystallography
PARTB: Organic Chemistry

Quantitative Estimations

Structure and Reaction based Problems
PARTC: Inorganic Chemistry

Qualitative Estimations
Pros and Cons of P. Bahadur (Numerical Chemistry) :
Pros:

This book contains a lot of problems from easy level to hard level for every JEE Aspirant.

One of the best book for the preparation of Numerical Chemistry for practicing the different level of Numerical.
 If you are preparing for IIT JEE Examination then you must go for this book as it tells you the step by step process of solving various Chemistry Problems.
Cons:
 This book doesn’t serve the complete purpose of JEE Examination.
 Not useful for the students preparing for NEET or other medical exams.
 Must see the hologram behind the book for the originality.
 Quality of the pages can be improved and prices can be reduced as per the quality given.
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