## JEE Mains- Important Topics & Books To Refer

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IIT-JEE Main 2019 January session is over and this is the time to prepare for the April session. Looking at the huge syllabus covered in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics in JEE Main, covering each and every topic is no doubt a humongous task. Not just the difficulty level of the exam, but the vast syllabus is also one of the reasons why students start preparing for the exam so early. One thing worth mentioning here is that to complete the huge JEE Main syllabus in a limited time, along with hard work, you also need to study smart. Going through the important topics, solving online tests regularly and referring to the best books for the engineering entrance exam are some of the smarty study tips for JEE aspirants.

Whether you are preparing for JEE Main 2019 or studying in class 11 and just going to start your preparation for the next year, having knowledge of the important topics can really help you a lot. Check out the list of important topics and books to prepare and score well in the most coveted engineering entrance exam.

**JEE Main – Important Topics **

There are a number of chapters covered from different subjects and variation of questions asked from the same. Weightage of each chapter, topic and question varies from each other. So to make it easier for you to understand which topic needs more attention and hard work; we have divided them to four categories.

**Easy Topics (High Weightage, Low Effort)****Difficult Topics (High Weightage, High Effort)****Easy Topics with Low Weightage****Difficult Topics with Low Weightage**

**JEE Main – Physics Important Topics **

Efforts Needed |
High Weightage |
Low Weightage |

Less Efforts | Heat & Thermodynamics | Heat Transfer |

Ray Optics | Fluids | |

Electromagnetic Waves | Nuclear Physics & X-Rays | |

Semiconductors | Work, Energy & Power | |

Error & Instrument Analysis | Units & Measurements | |

Dimensional Analysis | Dual Nature of Matter & Radiation | |

Wave Optics | ||

Photoelectric Effect | ||

Oscillations | ||

More Hard Work | Electromagnetic Induction & Alternating Current | Circular Motion |

Rotation | Center of Mass & Collisions | |

Kinematics | Communication Systems | |

Electrostatics | Laws of Motion | |

Current Electricity & Capacitors | ||

Properties of Matter | ||

Magnetic Effects of Current & Magnetism | ||

Bohr’s Atomic Model | ||

Waves & Sound |

**JEE Main – Mathematics Important Topics **

Efforts Needed |
High Weightage |
Low Weightage |

Less Efforts | 3 Dimensional Geometry | Differential Equation |

Vectors | Differentiation | |

Determinant & Matrices | Trigonometric Equation | |

Sequence & Series | Statistics | |

Straight Line | Mathematical Logic | |

Circle | Set & Relation | |

Probability Distribution (Binomial + Mean & Variance) | Height & Distance | |

More Hard Work | Definite Integral & Area Under the Curve | Trigonometric Ratio & Functions |

Limits, Continuity & Differentiability | Properties of Triangle | |

Functions | Permutation & Combination | |

Application of Derivatives | Indefinite Integral | |

Conic Sections | ||

Complex Number | ||

Quadratic Equation | ||

Binomial Theorem & M. I. |

**JEE Main – Chemistry Important Topics **

Efforts Needed |
High Weightage |
Low Weightage |

Less Efforts | Atomic Structure | Chemical Equilibrium |

Gaseous & Liquid State | Redox & Volumetric Analysis | |

Electrochemistry | Solutions | |

Chemical Kinetics | Metallurgy | |

Nuclear & Surface Chemistry | Qualitative Analysis | |

Chemical Bonding | Hydrocarbons | |

d-Block Elements | ||

Co-ordination Compound | ||

Alkyl Halides | ||

Aromatic Compounds | ||

More Hard Work | Thermodynamics | Mole Concept |

p-Block Elements | Ionic Equilibrium | |

General Organic Chemistry | Solid State | |

Isomerism | s-Block Elements | |

Aldehydes and Ketones | Periodic Classification | |

Carboxylic Acids & Its Derivatives | Classification & Nomenclature | |

Alcohol & Ether | ||

Nitrogen Compounds & Aliphatic Amines | ||

Biomolecules & Polymers |

**JEE Main – Important Books **

Selection of right study material has a huge impact on your final performance in any competitive exam. As far as JEE Main is concerned, it has been stated that covering NCERT syllabus of Class 11 and 12 is enough to score well. However, students always look for some additional study material to strengthen their concepts. Given below are some best books for IIT-JEE preparation.

**JEE Main Important Books for Mathematics**

Name of the book |
Author/Publisher |

Class XI & XII Syllabus | NCERT |

Class XI & XII Syllabus | R.D. Sharma |

Co-ordinate Geometry | S.L.Loney |

Higher Algebra | Hall Knight+ Bernard-child |

Problems in Calculus of One Variable Algebra | I.A.Maron |

Algebra, Differential Calculus and Integral Calculus | Arihant |

Complete Mathematics for JEE Main | Tata McGrawHill (TMH) |

New Pattern Mathematics for JEE Main/Advanced | Arihant Publications |

**JEE Main Important Books for Physics**

Name of the book |
Author |

Concepts of Physics for Mechanics, Electrostatics, Optics, Modern Physics, Heat and waves | H C Verma |

Problems in General Physics for modern physics, mechanics, electricity and mechanism | I.E. Irodov |

Elements of Dynamics | S.L.Loney |

NCERT Physics | Text Books for Basics |

University Physics | Sears and Zemansky |

Fundamentals of Physics for electricity and magnetism, heat, mechanics | Resnick, Halliday, Walker |

**JEE Main Important Books for Chemistry**

Name of the book |
Author |

NCERT Chemistry | Class XI and XII books |

Modern Approach to Chemical Calculations | R.C. Mukherjee |

Physical Chemistry | Atkins' and N Awasthi’s Physical Chemistry |

Organic Chemistry | Organic Chemistry by Paula Bruice Yurkanis |

Inorganic Chemistry | J.D Lee and O.P. Tandon |

**JEE Main Online Tests**

In addition to going through all the important topics and the best books, you should also solve JEE Main online tests. Make it an integral part of your preparation as it helps you regularly assess and improve your progress. Further, by solving previous year papers and online tests, you can get an idea of the type of questions asked in the exam and can prepare for the final exam accordingly. Just make sure, you choose the right online platform to solve mock tests. There is no use of visiting hundreds of websites and randomly answering questions. Choose a website like Eduwhere that provides online practice tests prepared by experienced teachers who keep the latest trends in the mind while preparing the question papers.

**Note:** Though we have provided you with a list of important topics, we will still suggest you go through complete JEE syllabus to score well and get the top ranks.

Best wishes for your preparation and success in the exam!