Monday, 29 June 2015

Must buy books for JEE preparation (inorganic chemistry)

The most confusing aspect of chemistry - what to study in inorganic and what not?
Don't worry, these books (+ JEE syllabus) will help you

For those who are aiming for just selection - NCERT is more than enough for inorganic chemistry

For those who are looking for a rank close to 1000, you should read a renowned coaching institute material (Bansal/Resonance/FIITJEE) besides NCERT.

For those who are really aiming for an under 100 rank, JD Lee becomes a must have book
  • Inorganic Chemistry by JD Lee

  • Vogel's Qualitative analysis

12 comments:

  1. Bhaiya,
    The book Inorganic Chemistry JD LEE by sudarshan Guha good enough or even better than traditional Jd Lee.And aman i also wanted ask u if u could suggest me a few points on how to quit anime.You see i am really a fan of japanese anime but i understand the need to study and its proving to be a problem to quit.Please help me.
    Thanks

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  2. Should one read all parts of JD Lee that are included in JEE Syllabus or its just for reference ??

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    1. Read all parts in JEE syllabus and don't ignore NCERT for JD Lee.

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  3. JD Lee is now concentrating only and only on JEE now right?

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  4. The Wiley edition of JD Lee is quite focussed on JEE though I don't know if it is really 100%. Of course digest NCERT first then you can use JD Lee or OP Tandon's Inorganic Chemistry.

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  5. Bhaiya is Conceptual Inofganic and physical chemestry by prabhat kumar good

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  6. But once you said that JD Lee contains a lot of stuff which is not at all required for Jee and out of syllabus.Should i consult my teacher for reading theory and solving questions?

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  7. What about OP Tondon Inorganic Chemistry?

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  8. Aman i am sorry but in one post you said that JD Lee is not at all required for JEE (In Revision Corner post). Please give your final word for JD Lee-whether to purchase it or not? Or should i try OP Tondon for Inorganic Chemistry instead?

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