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Is GRB chemistry good for jee mains?
It is very useful to preparing JEE exam. Have all I needed, in this book.
Which chemistry book is enough for jee mains?
The best Chemistry books for JEE Mains and advanced are Organic Chemistry by OP Tandon (good explanation of Organic Chemistry), Physical Chemistry by OP Tandon (Best book for Physical Chemistry), and Concise Inorganic Chemistry by JD Lee.
Is GRB chemistry good for JEE Advanced?
GRB Advanced Problems in Inorganic Chemistry for JEE (Main & Adva… Q:does it contains numericals?? A:yes, it does have a particular section for numericals as well as for theoretical problems for each chapter. Really good for JEE prep.
Which books did Toppers use for JEE?
For Mathematics: Objective Mathematics For JEE By RD Sharma, Mathematics For JEE Mains by G. For Physics: HC Verma Volume 1 and Volume 2, University Physics, physics For IIT JEE By BM Sharma and Problems in General Physics by I.E.
Which books do Toppers use for JEE?
NCERT Textbooks. Concepts of Physics Vol I and II by H.C. Verma (Highly Recommended) Fundamentals of Physics by Halliday, Resnick & Walker. Problems in General Physics by I.E. Irodov. IIT Physics by D.C. Pandey. Problems in Physics by S.S. Krotov.
Which part of chemistry is most scoring in JEE mains?
Most scoring topics in JEE Mains Chemistry: Gaseous State, Chemical Kinetics, Reactions of Benzene.
Is GRB inorganic chemistry good for JEE?
Good for Jee Mains and Advanced.
Is PYQ enough for JEE Mains chemistry?
This will be enough for chemistry. For mathematics and physics you have to read little bit extra also. So, the thing is that NCERT books and PYQs can be enough for JEE main preparation but though it will be better if you take help of reference book for few section. Also take mock tests to boost the confidence.
Which chemistry has highest weightage in JEE?
The weightage of organic chemistry remains constant almost every year and is the highest of all the 3 sections.
What is the best way to study chemistry for JEE mains?
Start with the basics and then move ahead with complex concepts. Practice problems each time when you study a topic. Make a separate notebook for named reactions & their mechanism and revise it daily. Organic Chemistry is like Mathematics, you need a lot of practice and patience to master Organic Chemistry.