Ultimate book list for JEE/ NEET

One of the biggest misconceptions which JEE, NEET aspirants have is that there is a need to study a lot of books. For 90 percent of JEE/NEET preparation, you need to study only a select set of books. That will be enough to fetch you a great rank. For advanced preparation of Olympiads or top hundred ranks in JEE, you have to go for few other books.


Physics is common for both JEE and NEET, however it is only a bit tougher for JEE and relatively easy for NEET.Get yourself enrolled in a good coaching class as a teacher is there to guide your preparation and solve all related doubts. If you religiously follow your coaching material, you will be able to crack JEE and NEET very easily. However avoiding that will only make you lost in the pile of books.HC Verma – Questions given here are more than enough for JEE Main. 

If the coaching material is covered properly, then HC Verma won’t take much time to solve. For JEE Advanced – DC Pandey series of books are good as they contain suitable numericals.Previous papers are also very important as you get to know the real flavour of questions which are asked in the examination. You can gauge your preparation with these question papers.

For NEET, coaching material, NCERT, previous question papers are enough. You can refer to Arihant series for AIIMS.


There is a dearth of good books having proper theory. For JEE Main – previous year papers, coaching material and NCERT would be sufficient.

Organic Chemistry – Solomons.

Inorganic Chemistry – JEE edition of JD LEE. It is adapted to the JEE syllabus and the irrelevant sections are avoided. For Physical Chemistry- P Bahadur, RC Mukherjee for solving numericals.

For NEET, a combination of NCERT Chemistry and previous year question papers is perfect.


You need to practice a lot for Mathematics. Solving your coaching material is a must. If you going for self study, practice from Skills in Mathematics series of Arihant. After that, make sure to check the previous question papers. To advanced preparation, you can solve subjective problems from A Das Gupta.


For NEET, covering the NCERT books is a must. If you are thorough with each and every section, you can ace the examination. Along with it, solve the previous year question papers and appear for mock test series for adding the final touch to your preparation.

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