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Most people have questions on how to go about preparing for exam like JEE. They focus on books, difficulty of questions, lengthy syllabus and what not. I think preparation begins with having a routine. The secret to the best daily routine is not doing anything differently but doing the right things consistently. A well crafted daily routine and adhering to it religiously is what separates the successful from the rest. Here what your daily routine should look like:
The best Books to prepare for JEE Mains 2020 is NCERT.
Apart from NCERT some other books are:
1. For physics
* HC Verma Concept of Physics Part 1.
* HC Verma Concept of Physics Part 2.
* IIT JEE Physics by D.C. Pandey.
* Problems in General Physics by I.E. Irodov.
* Physics for IIT JEE by Resnick, Halliday, Walker.
* Problems in Physics by S.S. Krotov.
2. For Mathematics
* IIT Mathematics by M.L. Khanna.
* Differential Calculus by A Das Gupta.
* Class XI and XII Mathematics by R.D. Sharma.
* Trigonometry, Geometry Books by S.L. Loney.
* Problems in Calculus of One Variable by I.A. Maron.
* Higher Algebra by Hall and Knight.
3. For chemistry
* Organic Chemistry by Morrison Boyd.
* Organic Chemistry by O.P. Tandon.
* Inorganic Chemistry by O.P. Tandon.
* Modern approach to chemical calculations by R.C. Mukherjee.
* Numerical Chemistry by P.Bahadur.
* Concise Inorganic Chemistry by J.D. Lee.
Hope this will help you. Best of luck.
Important advice about to know JEE Mains and NEET Exam.
A student needs to understand that JEE and NEET are two completely different examinations meant for different undergraduate courses. Joint Entrance Examination is meant for admissions into engineering field whereas National Eligibility cum Entrance examination is for admissions into medical courses.
• JEE tests the knowledge of Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. NEET paper comprises of Physics, Chemistry and Biology section.
• JEE is conducted into 2 phases- Main and Advanced in completely computer-based mode. NEET is a one-shot paper held in pen-paper mode.
• Only NCERT books of Physics and Chemistry are the common books in both the paper. I would not recommend you to read any other JEE Main books for NEET because the JEE paper is quite analytical and different. The level of questions is not even similar.
• For NEET you should refer to first NCERT books and then move on to your coaching notes/video lectures and reference books that you mentor has suggested. Regarding JEE, you will require practicing numerous questions from different reference books.
• If you look and compare the previous year question papers, you will get an idea of how the pattern and level of questions changes.
With just a few days remaining for JEE Main May attempt, you should start revising your syllabus from hand-written notes and NCERT books. NEET is scheduled on 5th May so, at this point, start solving previous year question papers and watch out their solutions for building a problem-solving strategy.