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Please suggest some books for IIT JEE Maths Paper

Abhi08544Abhi08544 Registered User Posts: 2,184 Senior Member
edited September 2006 in College Confidential Cafe
I am preparing for IIT (Indian Institute of Technology) Entrance Examination. The Maths paper in IIT is generally very tuff(cut off marks are 40/180). Can some suggest some good books on calculus(including limits continuity & differentiability), probability and algebra. I am using Thomas calculus at present, it's a great book but the level of problems is not so good.

If someone wants he could see the IIT Maths paper at http://www.amity.edu/aice/02-IIT%20Screening-2006%20(Maths).pdf

As you could see most of the problems were conceptual in nature. One could solve the paper iff his/her concepts are clear.

Would someone like to comment on the paper, how should i prepare for it?
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Replies to: Please suggest some books for IIT JEE Maths Paper

  • Abhi08544Abhi08544 Registered User Posts: 2,184 Senior Member
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  • k_twink_twin Registered User Posts: 1,640 Senior Member
    I honestly doubt you'd get many replies here, seeing as its a forum that's mostly populated by people who'd be unfamiliar with the IIT exams. I'd suggest you try The Indian Thread or create a new thread in the Int'l Forum. With regard to books on calculus, I'm afraid I can't really suggest anything. Hope you get some more helpful responses than I gave you.
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