Referring to a good book for JEE preparation will help you to understand the theory behind the topic well, which helps you grasp advance concepts better. Here is a list of important books, which teachers and IITians recommend for all JEE aspirants.

## Physics Books for JEE Main & Advanced

**2. Problems in General Physics by I E Irodov**

Irodov contains a long range of questions with the toughest problems of Physics. A majority of AIRs > 100 swear by this book.

## Chemistry Books for JEE Main & Advanced

**1. Numerical Chemistry by Dr. P. Bahadur**

This book contains lot of solved examples through which you can easily understand the concept behind the problem. They also have a plethora of exercise questions for all your practice needs.

**2. Organic Chemistry by Morrison & Boyd**

This book isn't designed for the typical JEE aspirant, but it will help any student learn & understand organic chemistry inside out! For those who enjoy learning instead of just remembering concepts, Morrison & Boyd's book proves to be the ideal book.

**3. Concise Inorganic Chemistry by J. D. Lee**

This book is a concise yet comprehensive coverage of all the concepts you need to know in Inorganic Chemistry. A good read for someone who wants to explore Inorganic Chemistry with a passion for knowledge.

## Maths Books for JEE Main & Advanced

**1. Problems in Calculus of One Variable by I. A. Maron**

Want to master Calculus not only for your Maths preparation, but also for applications in Physics & in your undergraduate course? This book is highly recommended for learning Calculus.

The only disadvantage? This book does not provide a lot of practice questions.

**2. Higher Algebra by Hall & Knight**

This book is a complete guide to Algebra, contains a long range of elementary as well as advanced problems that you can practise.

**3. Calculus & Analytic Geometry by Thomas & Finney**

This book covers all the essential aspects of calculus, with explanatory graphs & diagrams. You would use this book even after you have finished your JEE and started your engineering course!

**4. The Elements of Co-ordinate Geometry by S. L. Loney**

Geometry is all about visualisation of problems and the theory of this book is very well explained, which will help you to develop a better vision towards problems.

## Bonus - A Must Have Practice Book!

**1. 38 Years IIT JEE Advanced + 14 Years JEE Main Topic-wise solved Papers**

The most important book every JEE aspirant must have - this book contains solved question papers of JEE Main and Advanced as well, which is arranged in a topic-wise manner. This book will help you to get the idea about the type of questions and improve your way of thinking towards problems.

How can I get my doubts cleared?

Reading the matter of the books recommended above will definitely give you an edge over others who are preparing for JEE, but it's important to have your concepts cleared. No book can substitute for a teacher.

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What if an IITian or a BITSian could teach you the concepts that you find difficult? What if you could learn the tips & tricks from those who cleared JEE and are rank openers for IITs? These tutors are a tap away.

Which is your favorite book among these, or do you use another book to prepare for your JEE Main & Advanced? Comment away!