Sir, I am looking for IIT-JEE. I'm now studying in 11th CBSE. But, I have joined a State level engineering entrance coaching centre. I have bought Pradeep Publication's Physics and Chemistry for IIT-JEE preparation. I have not yet taken the full potential for the preparation as I have bought the books recently. So, what advice do you have for me for my IIT-JEE preparation?
If you are serious about IIT JEE, you need to realize that to succeed, you probably will have to work harder in these 2 years then you ever will in any other period of your life. Once you get in, the rewards should be worth it, though. Take periodic tests once or twice a month, in proper examination conditions (do in the given time, no getting up, no music, no company). This should give you regular data from which you can see if you have what it takes to clear IIT JEE. You can find tests on specific topics all over the internet.
Chemistry tutor with 8 years of teaching experience for Boards, and Competitive Exams
As per the given details you already joined State level engineering entrance coaching centre, so you continue that and apart from that I will suggest you some books which will help you a lot in IIT-JEE preparation. You follow the same topics parallel to your State level engineering entrance coaching, this kind of preparation will help you in a better way for your exact IIT-JEE preparation. Once you finish State level engineering entrance coaching you start taking IIT-JEE entrance coaching. O.P. Tandon (authored by A. S. Singh and O. P. Tandon) for Physical Chemistry is a very good book for IIT-JEE preparation, as the book covers the entire Physical Chemistry syllabus. For Organic Chemistry Morrison / Boyd is a very good for the IIT-JEE preparation. For Inorganic Chemistry O.P. Tandon is a very good for the IIT-JEE preparation.
First you can go through your college material and finish first what they have provided. Don’t go through all reference books at beginning. Because you will get confused. After getting idea on subject, you can go through all books. Even if you have joined in state level, there is no problem.