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     Vishesh Saraswat 
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    What are the books should I refer to crack JEE Mains and Advanced. The JEE syllabus is very vast and I am confused which books to study.

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     Scholr Boy 
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    Physics:
    1. HC. Verma “Concept of Physics”- Vol 1 and Vol 2. (For Problems and theory revision)
    2. Resnick and Halliday “Principles of Physics” – Book 1 and 2 (Detailed Understanding of the relevant chapter along with some interesting problem which can be irrelevant)
    3. I.E Irodov “General Problems in Physics” (Extremely Advanced Level Problems)

    Chemistry:
    Organic Chemistry
    1. “Organic Chemistry”- Robert N. Boyd and Robert Thornton Morrison
    2. Wiley’s Solomon’s, Fryhle & Snyder- “Organic Chemistry” (Indian Edition by MS Chouhan)
    3. LG Wade- “Organic Chemistry”, 8th Edition
    4. MS Chauhan- “Advanced Problems in Organic Chemistry for JEE”

    Physical Chemistry
    1. Ranjit Shahi- “Essential Physical Chemistry”
    2. Books from Cengage Publications
    Inorganic Chemistry
    1. Wiley’s J.D. Lee- “Concise Inorganic Chemistry” (Indian Edition by Sudarshan Guha)

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