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This book published by Disha publication for jee mains and Advanced aspirant. With previous five year papers of jee and advance.

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Here, I am sharing the books we referred to and the benefits you can get from particular book:

Which are the best books for the JEE?
This answer is specifically for those who target to achieve a very high level and want to clear JEE Advanced with a great rank.

Okay, so looking at my result, I assume that I’m credible enough to answer this question.


This was my speciality. For Physics, I’ll suggest DC Pandey set of 5 books to clear the basics very well. I personally did that.

For advanced problem practice, there’s Shashi Bhushan Tiwari set of 2 books, it’s very very good. It has hints+solutions as well. The problems cover any level that can be asked in JEE Advanced, I don’t think there’s any need to go for flamboyant books like Irodov/Krotov, they’re unnecessary.

Physics galaxy advanced illustration book can act as a perfect bridge between DCP and SBT.

If you just complete DCP + Physics Galaxy advanced illustration, you’ll be able to solve~50–60% of physics in JEE Advanced, to increase it further, you need a high level book like SBT.


I could’ve had a great score in chem as well if not for loads of silly mistakes (oooof).

Organic: After studying good basic theory, I’ll advise you to read Peter Sykes, it has great advanced level concepts. For problem solving MS Chouhan is enough.

Physical: Good thoery from a good teacher is very necessary. Learning derivations is advisable instead of formulas, there are a few exceptions which have lengthy derivations but you should always have a basic idea of what concepts were used to derive the formulas. For problem practice I’ll suggest N Awasthi.

Inorganic: Thoery from VK Jaiswal if you don’t have a good teacher, problems from VKJ are enough as well.


I just did Coaching Modules properly and solved some part of Cengage. Arihant can also be used as an alternative. There are great books like Black Book and Sameer Bansal but they’re recommended only if you have a great hold on maths and really love it.

Apart from these books, PYQs are a necessity.

Note Solving doesn’t mean skimming through the book by looking at solutions, it means understanding properly how each question was solved and developing an approach that can be applied to problems of similar type.

Thank you for reading


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