I read in class XI, west bengal board. I love reading physics and solve maths most of the time. chemistry is not so much liked by me at the beginning, but i have started reading it now too. I can mug up fast and doesnot need much time to cover up something So please refer me as my requirements .I only do the scholar books of physics, chemistry and maths wbbhse ( google it ) online ebooks and lessons. I need serious help and if possible please please kindly tell a study routine time schedule.
Chemistry Tutor - IIT-JEE 2011, 4th year student at IIT
Delighted to see that you are interested in all your subjects, which itself boosts everything else. You are still in 22th and said that you can grasp soon, which means you can do a detail study of all the concepts of syllabus. I'll just put my idea pointwise -
5-6 hours a dedicated time of study after school
USE NCERT texts of 11th and 12th. They are your textbooks for JEE. They are pretty much similar to your textbooks, still keep them at their place. It might be a revision, but do go through.
References : I would suggest
->Chem: O.P.Tandon for Physical and Inorganic Chemistry. Solomon's and Fryle for Organic (These books may have topics from out of the syllabus-so stick to the concepts that you are refering for)
->Maths and Physics: Arihant publications have a series of textbooks chepterwise. I found them very useful. H.C.Verma for Physics additionally.(especially mechanics and thermodynamics)
->Previous year question papers
Practice is the key, how much ever you feel like knowing the topic or answer, make it a habit to solve a question on paper. It helps you avoid mistakes and gives you a picture of the flow, which would improve your performance in exam
Also, stick to a reference, and a text. Too many things lead to waste of time. Let me tell you, I identify very much with this. Say I've to reas a paper on topic A, I google for it, get 10 suggestions, pick 4-5 from them, and now that 4-5 lead to more 10 and this goes on. It took a while to understand that it's no way helping me improve me my knowledge but is actually wastage of the time that I have. Today, I just pick 3-4 and adhere to them, for doubts I look up, but my base is these only. Hope you understood why I said this,
Firstly you only have mentioned that you love Physics and maths and also now you have started reading Chemistry too. So it is nice in itself. Try to see that you are balancing all three subjects equally. As far as books are concerned I already have mentioned few very important books that should be definitely refered to for really good confidence and progress. Daily schedule for studies should be extremely regular, systematic and disciplined. See to it that you are devoting everyday 6 to 7 hours for self study apart from your school and coaching online or offline. Follow it deligently without taking much breaks n between.