Suggestion

Guys i needed a small suggestion…
I read resonance material for chemical equilibrium and ionic equilibrium but didn’t understand many things… So i m thinking of reading these chapters from ranjeet shahi book…
How are these chapters presented in the book??
All the concepts required for jee advanced are covered???
@manan_uppadhyay
@Seshank
@Sanjay_S
@anon83175304_lavesh

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I would suggest you to clear theory and concepts from NCERT then do adv level problems from N.AWASTHI rather than reading ranjeet shahi
Since physical chemistry not difficult concepts but you need try variety of sums

But i don’t think NCERT would cover all of the theory…

It does , all you need is exposure to number of good problems

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Okay… I will read NCERT…
But others also give your suggestions…
@manan_uppadhyay
@Seshank

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I never needed theory for physical so cant tell much i only read ncert if i had doubt in coaching notes

Ranjeet shahi is more than enough for anything

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What NO bro if you don’t know anything in physical then go for NCERT don’t simply waste your time doing NCERT i’m telling for physical and organic inorganic NCERT is the Bible but you shouldn’t waste time doing NCERT Mains questions level has increased.

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Ranjeet shahi is OP

I’m doing Shahi only its pretty good for advanced you can go for some other extra book after finishing this

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reading NCERT only was till 2019 only now we have to increase our problem solving and thinking skills. Do questions which are more Calculative trust me helps a lot in exams

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Thanks guys!!. I am thinking of doing Neeraj kumar after reading shahi…

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It would be a very big task completing ranjeet shahi. Another book would be very difficult?

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No bro… I have completed ranjeet shahi for all 12th chapters only 3 chapters are remaining in physical from the book… I do only in text examples and theory from it and solve N avasti for questions… But i didn’t like N avasti much so now i ll solve N kumar…

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