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Which all books are good for cracking IIT?I am now studying at 11th...

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  1. AravindG
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    NCERT 11 AND 12 PCM

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    (1)NCERT PCM 11th and 12th (2)Concepts of physics by HC Verma (3)Fundamentals of physics by Resnick&Halliday (4)IIT Mathematics by ML Khanna (5)Feynmann lectures in physics The idea is not to pile up multitude of books in study room and make it a library.You have to select those books which YOU think is simple and understandable for you and clearly understanding it

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    even half of earth's trees are cut of then also they can not generate such a book which guarantees admission into IIT it is not a JOKE clearly

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    Try Out Some Interesting books...... Labour India- George Kulangara and Team (Malayala Manorama Publications) Magazines : Chemistry Today, Physics Today...... : Chemistry For You, Physics.....etc. IIT_JEE Explorer- Damn, Sure Questions from this.... Got Basics, U`ll Atleast PASS..... BEST OF LUCK:::

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    @Koikkara labour india ?? are you joking?

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    no....may help him wid some knowledge....lol...

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    (5)Feynmann lectures in physics not necessary @krishnadas

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