Thursday, 14 July 2022

Best books for JEE preparation

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If any of the links in this post don't work, please take a look at this link: Which book should I follow to get an under 50 rank in IIT JEE?

A guide to get a top 50 rank in JEE

Here is a comprehensive list of ALL the books. Don't get overwhelmed seeing this long list. You should decide which one suits you.
Also, I will not appreciate questions like "which edition to buy", because I am adding appropriate links below of the editions which I have myself used and are definitely worth purchasing.
Note that I did not use all of the books below. Some of them are famous but I did not use them because some other book was sufficient. So, you need not buy them all.

Past year JEE papers: very very very very very important. Solve each and every question earnestly and make sure to learn from the questions which you weren't able to solve. Also, note that you should always refer to the solution of the book even if you correctly got the answer yourself. This helps you to cross-check your solution as well as learn some (possibly) new solution given in the book. The below past year papers contain more or less the same content. You can choose any of them.



Guidebook: The book below is authored by my friend and senior Arpit Agarwal, who was AIR 1 in JEE 2012. Arpit is currently a fourth year undergraduate at IIT Delhi. Arpit helped me a lot during the last 2 months of JEE by clearing a number of non academic doubts and helping me to develop the required examination temperament. I have never seen such a humble and down to earth person.
As a JEE aspirant, I did not get a chance to read his book because it was published after JEE was over. But I myself bought this book after giving JEE and enjoyed a read. It will show you what distinguishes a JEE top ranker from a dreamer. A must buy book indeed :)
The other book is by Nitin Jain, AIR 1, JEE 2009. I read this book and this book shows you how AIR 1 differs from the rest of the JEE rankers. This book was available online somewhere buy I am not able to find it now.

Nitin Jain's book on JEE guidance is one of the best selling books


Coming to the books of individual subjects:












Exemplar Problems: These are the solutions to the exemplar problems prescribed by CBSE. These are must for those who are aiming a good rank in JEE Main and JEE Advanced. Note that the problems aren't highly conceptual or something, but they really are useful for competitive exams and you can surely find some lifted question in JEE Main



In this link you can find some really good books that are most commonly used by JEE aspirants

Books for Olympiads can be found here

Note: Brilliant YG files and Akash's Success Magnet (I did not find a link to it) are really good. Also, the material provided by Resonance is excellent and that's why I have added its link here on this page under the others section.

If you like this, you might also like our guide to get a top 50 rank in JEE

Friday, 23 April 2021

A guide to get a top 50 rank in JEE!

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Tuesday, 22 May 2018

Test Series : The Big Gun

Hi readers, Kshitij here.

Having mentioned "Test Series" in one of the earlier posts let's delve deeper into the necessity of a Test Series and most importantly how to extract the best out of it so as to improve your performance.

So again let's start with the fundamental question "Why do I need a Test Series? Is solving books not sufficient?" The answer is a plain "No". The reason is simple. JEE won't ask you routine problems. The problems involve multi-dimensional thinking at a time. You need to use concepts of stoichiometry in a multi-step organic synthesis to predict the percent purity and stereochemistry of the final product. Sounds daunting? It would do only till you are not used to these kinds of unforeseen situations where you need to act quick, taking into consideration every aspect along with accuracy. This is where a Test Series comes into the picture. It is a set of test papers designed to make the student comfortable with all possible varieties of questions along with the various ways in which the same question can be put in order to make the student sweat in the exam hall. 

Remeber the "Decimal-Type Numeric" questions asked in JEE Advanced 2018? which made most of the student suffer had featured already in FIITJEE AITS for JEE 2018. People who took the test series were well aware of how to attempt the questions. Ever heard of "Multiple Correct Integer Answer Type Questions" wherein a question may have any number of integers from 0 to 9 as the answer(Say answer to a question may be 2,3,5,7,9 and you need to enter all of these to get full marks) with a daunting marking scheme of +4/-2. It might feature in coming years in JEE but has already featured in my of my Resonance Tests.

So by the time you convince yourself about joining a test-series, another question pops up, which one? There are a lot of them available in the market? Well, there is no defined answer to it. All of them be it Resonance, Allen, FIITJEE, Narayana, Bansal, Vibrant or Aakash are good in one form or the other. Some are good for their cracking and mind-blowing questions, while some are known for their well-designed schedule to be highly student friendly. It becomes a difficult task to choose one, but there is a simple rule to do so. First of all, analyze the syllabus distribution of all, its availability in your city/town, fee-structure, level of papers (try to refrain from ones having very easy or very tough papers) and the number of tests in an academic session (15-20 tests are good enough).

For those students already enrolled in a reputed Coaching Institute, there is hardly any need to join any other test-series. Just make sure to do the papers of your institute sincerely and you should be good to go. While for others, decide carefully, take reviews from people before investing your time and money somewhere. If you want to know my pick, I did Resonance and FIITJEE AITS. The former is, in my opinion, the ideal test series for it is well in accordance with the syllabus, as well as has questions at par with the prevailing level of questions asked in the actual exam, not to low neither too high. 

So the first part is done. We have selected the test series, but the job is yet to start. Just giving test papers every fortnight and leaving them as it is after the paper is doing no justice to its purpose. Unless you analyze your mistakes and strengths from a test the test-paper is merely a booklet with no use. I remember spending the entire Sunday I had a test and a couple of days to follow in finding answers to the problems I wasn't able to solve, or those which went wrong, researching the web and books to learn some new concepts. It requires a lot of patience, determination and the right approach to analyze a paper and learn from one's mistakes.

The basic way to analyze a paper is to divide the paper into two parts: Questions which you did correctly and questions which you got wrong or did not attempt. So this forms the first branch of the tree. Coming to the first one "The Questions attempted correctly", there are instances when you manage to get the answer just by guessing or eliminating the options. However, this is a very wrong practice unless it's the final exam. So the first step would be to find proper solutions to those problems. Having ensured this make sure to have a look at solutions provided along with the paper to those questions which you solved correctly just to ensure that you are equipped with other possible methods to solve a problem. 

The second part has further subdivisions, first being "Wrong Answers" and "Unattempted Questions". Let's consider the first one. You may get a question wrong due to broadly 2 ways namely Silly Mistakes and Conceptual mistakes

The first one is easy to find, it comprises all mistakes done in hurry, say, calculation mistakes, using the wrong formula, using the long approach and getting mixed up in middle, reading the wrong data etc. The only solution to it is "concentration" while solving the paper. Don't think about anything while giving the test, neither what the person next to you is doing nor about the result. Just focus on reading the question properly and solving carefully. 

The second requires a significant amount of research so as to pinpoint the topic you need to work upon. Say you weren't able to solve a question from Coordinate Geometry. First part of investigation done. So first figure out what were the different conics involved there. Say you figure out to be a question involving Parabola and Circle. Great! The second part of investigation done too. Next, what in Parabola? Tangents and their properties. Okay so that's it the investigation is over and now you understand that you need to work upon Tangents, their equations, properties etc (as related to the question). Now that you know where exactly you need to work, just pick up any resource and go through it once. Compare the process you adopted and the standard one and in almost all cases you will find your mistake here.

The second point in this list is questions which you didn't attempt. Again, there may be many reasons for it. Two major being "not able to read/solve the question in time" the solution to which is to increase your reading and solving speed by doing more problems at home and the second same as doing a conceptual mistake, this time not being able to solve the question due to lack of proper understanding. The solution is same as mentioned in the above paragraph.
Phew! That was too much of branching. Hope you didn't find it overwhelming :P
So, here's a summary of all what I mentioned. (Forgive me for the poor picture quality :P). Hope you find it informative and helpful to increase your confidence while attempting further papers after such a rigorous exercise after the previous.

That's all from my side. Do comment your queries below.

All the Best!

Monday, 14 May 2018

JEE Advanced 2018 : Time for the finishing touch

So finally it is here, JEE Advanced just a week away. Although I intended to put this up quite earlier but absolutely forgot to do. Nevertheless, let's chalk out a rough plan of what to do this week.  
Let’s assume the week starts on Day 1(i.e. today, it's almost gone by now, you may extend today's idea tomorrow) and you are going to write Advanced on Day 7 i.e. you have 7 days before the exam.
Meanwhile, a general guideline to be followed throughout the week is
“Keep your head cool, this is the first and foremost step in tackling the ultimate exam of your life. Don’t let negative thoughts trouble you.”
  • Day 1
—Appear for a full-time 6-hour test at any renowned platform to make sure your body clock is tuned for the exam day.
—Start revising Inorganic Chemistry from NCERT later in the day, making sure to complete at least half of it then
  • Day 2
Analyse the paper you did yesterday properly making sure to identify the silly mistakes you did and taking care not to repeat similar ones in the exam.
—Meanwhile complete entire Inorganic Chemistry from NCERT very thoroughly.
  • Day 3
—Now that you have completed Inorganic Chemistry try to go through some topics of Organic Chemistry like Biomolecules, Polymers and make sure to mug up well the names of common amino acids, their structures (Ex. Alanine, Glycine etc), some common polysaccharides, the different kinds of glycosidic bonds in different carbohydrates etc. Also if you feel you may look at the mechanisms of some common reactions like Aldol Condensation, Cannizzaro Reaction, Claisen-Schmidt, reactions of Amines, FC reactions etc.
  • Day 4
—If you feel like doing you may appear for a 3-hour paper which I otherwise would discourage at this stage as it may do more harm to your morale than good.
—Chill out, probably have a walk in the open, try to refresh your mind with some Indoor game and don’t think much about the exam.
  • Day 5 and Day 6
—No studies at all. Keep your mind away from the anxiety of the exam, try not to think much about what would happen tomorrow. It is pretty natural that you may get damn anxious, have butterflies storming in your stomach but make sure to control this as this may prove suicidal at the last time. Watch a movie if you wish to divert your mind from the coming day. Have a good night’s sleep of around 8 hours.
  • Day 7 (The D-Day)
Rock the paper and enjoy your freedom from this highly competitive life for a while (Of course you will feel it again soon as you enter college)
That’s all, a very broad guideline one may wish to follow. One thing is important at this phase i.e. to not let your morale go down. Keep up your spirits high and have a blast on 20th May 2018
All the Best!

Saturday, 12 May 2018

Starting the Journey : JEE 2020

Hi readers.

Hope you all would be doing up well, enjoying the break after your recently concluded Class X boards, some would be on the brink of their first important national level exam, NTSE, to be held tomorrow while others would be planning out what to do in the coming two years.

Among all, the major question among students intending to take up Science courses, particularly Mathematics would be "How to start preparing for JEE". A lot of people have this question in mind that which books to choose, which subject to emphasize more upon, which test series to appear for and the list is endless. So I have tried to address the basic steps which every student at this stage must follow for a headstart to their JEE Preparation. Hope it makes an interesting read. So here we go,

  • Build the required Mindset and the right Attitude 
Now why this, not anything related to books or so first, because unless you develop a will, a strong desire to succeed in one of the toughest entrance exams of the country, no matter how much you study or how many problems do you solve, all without a proper mindset will go in vain. So what needs to be done? Simple. First of all ask why do you want to clear JEE? Would you be able to face the competition which registered ~13 lakh students fighting for ~10k seats in some institutes around the country? Would you be able to sacrifice or rather limit your free-flying life of hanging out with friends, attending every function and wasting time on social media? If the answer to these questions is in a positive sense, i.e. you find a reason for preparing for JEE, then congratulations my dear friend, Welcome to one of the two most beautiful years of your life. Set a firm goal (Could be anything like Branch X at IIT Y based on your choices and interest) and you are good to start with.

(My intent has in no way been to demean the desire of the student to prepare for JEE. But the points mentioned are must in order to succeed in JEE. There's no need that you fulfill these points at the time you read them but you must have a strong will to adopt these qualities in the coming time as they form an indispensable part to succeed in any competition of life, not just JEE)

  • Selecting the right resources
Having ensured the first point fits well, now comes the most important part of planning out what to do next. You can't just go around randomly just with a strong will to succeed but no hard-work. A proper set of resources(read Books and Teaching support) is must in order to master the tricks and trances of this business. There is already a grand collection of books on the blog, but I would mention the books I used apart from those mentioned here during my JEE Preparation.

  • CENGAGE Series (I used it in place of the mentioned ARIHANT Series as this is more JEE oriented with the proper blend of mind-storming objective and subjective problems)
  • ARIHANT Differential and Integral Calculus (Must do in any case for cracking all Calculus problems of JEE Advanced. It is the book with one of the best collection of calculus problems)
  • Resonance Study Material (To boost my confidence as questions were of JEE Advanced Level)
  • FIITJEE RSM (To bring down myself to ground when I became overconfident ;p)
Note: There's no need to get all these stuff right now. Any book (Arihant or Cengage in case you have no coaching material) of Trigonometry, Coordinate Geometry and Algebra would do in class 11 and the rest would be used in class 12. If you have any coaching material, do it first completely and then do some additional practice from the mentioned books. 

  • CENGAGE SERIES (Mindblowing collection of problems of all varieties and difficulties)
  • Resonance Study Material (A great resource for elementary and good subjective problems)
  • FIITJEE RSM (Excellent subjective problems)
  • Physical Chemistry: Resonance Material (Very good Theory + Problems) + RSM (Theory) 
  • Inorganic Chemistry: NCERT (Read God Book) + Resonance Material + Vogel's Qualitative salt analysis
  • Organic Chemistry: CENGAGE, L.G. Wade, Resonance (Problems)
Please note I found a lot of mistakes in problems of FIITJEE RSM along with numerous repetitions of questions. Also, the questions were not up to the mark so refrained from solving them but indeed the theory was too good for a person self-studying.

  • Planning the right working plan and study schedule
Now, this is something which differs for every person. Someone may prefer to study at night while someone else may feel dozed off early. Someone has a die-hard love for Physics while someone struggles at it. But at the end of the day, everything boils down to the fact that how much proficient you are in each subject for you cannot crack IIT just by studying the subject you like. You need to put enough efforts for each subject, devote proper time to each and make sure to leave no stone unturned.

So how to do this?

Well, there is a general algorithm to master any topic. Read ample theory from any standard resource (read your coaching material or any mentioned book), solve a handful of basic level problems to ensure the formulae well fit in your brain and then push your limits as you solve higher order problems including the subjective ones. Although they generally don't feature these days as such but are must for a complete understanding of the subject.

So that's the working plan. One needs to balance time effectively between all these steps for all the three subjects properly. The study schedule as I mentioned earlier may vary from person to person but must ensure, I repeat "Giving the right time to study each subject is a must", if during the course of preparation you feel like lagging at one, don't wait. Immediately start devoting more time to it, figure out the reasons for your lagging, is it due to lack of proper concepts? Or due to insufficient practice? and fix the bug as soon as possible. Don't keep backlogs. Remember, there are hardly a handful of people who successfully manage to clear them well in time and you should be never taking a chance to experiment this at this phase of your life.

  • Test Series
Now comes the big gun. How do you know that you are good going on a topic? Well, solving problems of the book quickly and easily won't do any good. You need to develop a rock solid examination temperament. Well, the term sounds intimidating, so let me put it in a simple way. It means "Attempting test papers of varying difficulties with sheer confidence and calmness". But how do you develop this trait? Of course, keeping your head cool during the exam is not taught in any book. Also, you won't risk going to the final exam unexposed to the possible exam many times well in advance.

This is what a Test Series does. Although some of the readers would be knowing what it is and what are its benefits, it is a collection, or rather a "series of tests" that are conducted throughout the academic session (mainly from July to March) by almost all coaching institutes in the country. What does this give you? Some 12-15 tests (depending on the coaching and the class of your study) conducted generally once or twice a month, giving you various paper patterns of different difficulties to be solved in fixed time limits. 

How does it help you? Afterall, you are able to solve questions from books very well. So why waste time and money on this thing? If you think like this, you are probably not exposed to the competition you are about to face in the coming times. Apart from developing the right temperament what good a test series does to you is give a fair estimate of your national level standing.

So which one to choose amongst the numerous ones available in the market? If you want to know my pick, I did Resonance AITS along with the famous FIITJEE AITS. While the former gave me a good practice of actual exam level papers, the latter helped me in coming out of my comfort zone by exposing me to some really good and challenging problems.

  • Finally, have faith in yourself
Having discussed a lot of technical aspects demands some non-technical ones too. The journey which you are going to start would be filled with lots of surprises, failures, successes, setbacks and most importantly new learnings each day. Important is not to get disheartened by failures or over-confident by successes but to maintain a balance between success and failures and not to stop till you achieve your target. Beleive that you can do it. If you prepare honestly and sincerely there's nothing stopping you from entering into the IIT of your choice.

Throughout the post, I have tried to present the pattern and practices I followed and in no way meant to hurt anyone's ideologies at any point.


All the Best!

Wednesday, 9 May 2018

JEE ADVANCED 2018: Do’s and Don’ts

Hi readers, Kshitij here.

This post is primarily meant for those who are appearing for JEE Advanced 2018 to be held in the CBT Mode on 20th May, however, should serve the purpose for all future aspirants for their coming AITS and ultimately JEE. I won’t waste much time of the readers and as there’s already a “What to do in the last 20 days before Advanced” already on the blog, I won’t repeat those points all over again. This article is a general guideline on how to approach the paper, what to do while solving the paper and what not. 

Basically, it is the collection of mistakes I made in JEE Advanced 2017 and ended with such a disastrous AIR. So let’s get back to some historical aspects of what I expected after the paper and what happened.

Paper I: Did quite well. Was sure of not have made many mistakes, although never anticipated my score but ended with 137/183 just 3 marks less than what I attempted for.

Paper II: Now this is where I screwed it up. Maths here was a child’s play and I got 2 wrong in it, resulting in a big -4 where I could have got +12. Physics, it was arguably one of the easiest papers in the history of JEE Advanced and I managed just a 30/61 in it. Let's not discuss how it got screwed :(. Chemistry, well this was the final nail in the coffin which pulled my rank surely by a minimum of 500 or so as I ended with just 27/ 61. Total 102/183, “40” marks less than what I calculated later I could have got had I kept myself cool during then. 40 marks are good enough to drag me from top 500 to 2.3k. 

So let’s see what to do this time and whatnot:

       1.  Stay cool and confident during the paper. The paper need not be tough always. Yeah, I wasted a significant amount of time thinking how come Advanced be so easy, there must be some catch, but no, there are times when the paper setters don’t test your knowledge of PCM but test your anxiety and pressure handling capabilities. Don’t believe my point that paper can be easy then check this

 This question featured in the Paper 2 of JEE Advanced 2017. Now don’t you see such questions in school papers but this is where keeping your head cool comes into the picture. The early you realise that JEE Advanced these days is not a test of your knowledge of PCM, but of your “Problem selection ability, Temperament and Calmness”, the better you are.

      2.  Be prepared for any and every type of question. Never skip a topic thinking it may not come in the exam. Say for instance


Now who reads IUPAC Nomenclature, it’s hardly asked, lets read other stuff but the ones who did the former well took away a handsome 4 marks while others (including me) kept wondering what the hell made the paper setters give this question.

     3.  Read the question and options very-very carefully. I lost around 20 marks here itself due to carelessness in reading the questions and options properly.


Is this question difficult? In no way isn’t it but I very confidently got this wrong, reason I didn’t read the molecular formula of the reactants and 3 options satisfied the reactions but only 2 did it along with the molecular formula, resulted in a crying me with a big -2 out of nowhere.


Now, who solves the question right in the paper but “ticks the wring options” in it and bubbles the same. I did just to kill myself with another -2.

So the conclusion is, keep cool, don’t be excited to see an easy paper. If there’s no trick in the questions there must surely be something and here is where your “reading” comes into play.
      4.  Don’t do any OMR Mistakes, be it filling your information or bubbling answers. Although I didn’t lose any marks in this category it’s really heart-breaking to see a question you solved correctly after so much struggle go wrong due to a minor shift of the bubbles in OMR.

      5.   Finally a word of advice for the online paper. Although I am not used to them it's sure that solving the paper won't be that easy as it used to be in the offline paper, not for one or two but for everyone, so no need to panic over the changed exam mode.
       I came to know that there is a question panel displayed on the top showing all questions at a go but without options. Make sure to have a look at the questions before jumping to problems solving.

       Also no need to be surprised to see a very hilarious marking scheme like +5/-3 or something like +3/-2 or multiple answer integer or 4 digit integers or anything out of the box. JEE is full of surprises and “you must be surprised only if there is no surprise”. Well, that’s never going to happen. The paper setters are well versed how to make you sweat in the exam hall with all level of papers ranging from an utterly easy to a very tough one.

Chill out, try to enjoy those 6 hours of paper as a regular problem-solving session, keeping out all worries of results and you will surely ace the paper.
All the Best!

Sunday, 6 May 2018

Introduction to a new blogger from IIT Kgp!

Hi, readers. My name is Kshitij Agrawal, an about to be sophomore at the Department of Civil Engineering at IIT-Kharagpur. I cleared the coveted JEE Advanced 2017 with AIR 2329 (Yeah this figure still haunts me very often, will write later how I screwed it) and have done quite well in JEE Main 2017 (AIR 854), cleared KVPY in Class 12 along with NSEA and RMO back in class 11.

It feels like a dream come true to write an article for a blog which has played the most important role in me reaching where I am. 10th April 2015, a journey started, filled with lots of ups and downs, daily failures and setbacks, I felt like giving up at many times mainly because of the reason I was preparing mostly by my own. JEE Main was never on my radar as nailing IITB with an awesome rank was my sole aim. Although I failed in making through it due to innumerable factors which I won’t put the blame upon, the journey from a careless, free-living child to a well-disciplined and quite mature person was worth living.

In a single line, I would describe my JEE Preparation Journey as “One hell of a ride”. I started facing setbacks and failure from day 1 like anything. By the end of class 10, I was an average student, did quite well in small-scale exams like SOF’s Olympiads, FTRE, and RESOSTART but never felt the enormous competition growing behind my back. The sudden change from a very compact class 10 course to an extremely vast JEE Syllabus shook me to the core. It took me about a month to catch up what’s going around. However by the time I had developed a fair amount of idea of what is going around in the national scene. Days passed and things went well only until I got to know that I failed to clear NTSE Stage 2. So here started my real JEE journey. Although I knew I had screwed the exam due to no guidance at all, the result was something unacceptable. But hang on, I still thank God for not giving me NTSE scholarship then as I would have become even more overconfident had that happened and would probably have even not qualified JEE Advanced.

Days passed, at times I performed well, most of the times much poor. One thing was constant throughout, I could solve Maths problems of almost any difficulty at ease (Although it was maths due to which I screwed both Main and Advanced :p), but faced difficulty to get my doubts of Physics and Chemistry cleared. I struggled a lot over these, read a large number of books, madly solved problems but again JEE demands much more than that. Anyway, I didn’t pay much attention to the support I lacked but worked my best on what could I have done on the limited resources available to me. Eventually, I cleared the first stage of Astronomy and Maths Olympiad and later on, in class 12 managed to sneak into the KVPY merit list. Then came JEE Main, I performed much better than my expectations from my performance in the various AITS I took. I tried all that I could have done in the 40-day gap, solved all previous year questions but ended up screwing really bad an otherwise very easy JEE Advanced Paper.

Do I regret spoiling Advanced? Yes, I do but not to the extent I did when I saw the results. One year at IIT-Kharagpur has made me realize that it’s not an exam that can decide your destiny. The life here is awesome with even more awesome people around. One thing which the institute and my peer group made me realise is “life has innumerable opportunities to offer and it’s just a matter of time when can one pounce on one such and create history”.

That’s all, a very brief introduction to my JEE Preparation phase albeit there are loads more of worth mentioning events but the ones mentioned perfectly summarize one of the most beautiful years of my life.