Which book is the best for inorganic chemistry for the JEE?

access_time 2020-03-26T11:02:25.780Z face Swati Gupta JEE

Inorganic Chemistry is the only subject out of all others which you can mug up and still be assured to score really well. That’s actually a relief I believe for the students.

There are actually quite a lot of books which are good for JEE aspirants. The only thing you need to understand is that you do not have to buy all of them, just refer 1 or 2 at the max and then just stick to them.

Firstly, there’s no need to ignore NCERT for both Class XI and XII assuming that you are studying advance level books. Remember that most of the JEE Inorganic Chemistry comes from NCERT which you can mug up easily. You need to be highly thorough with the Reactions

So here’s what you can pick alongside NCERT:

Arihant Series has done a commendable job in order to explain the topics at a deeper level for students to understand better.

Alternatively, you can go for Concise inorganic chemistry by JD LEE which is also very well known among students for concept building.

You can also refer to Video lectures on all topics to avoid buying more and more books for better concept building. The Chemistry Faculty at Hellobaccho has prepared a series of Video lectures covering all topics for you to understand faster and better.

Lastly, you need to buy a Previous Years Papers book to practice all previous papers. That’s something you cannot compromise before the exam because that’s what is going to help you the most.

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