profile-img
Snehasish ghosh Asked a Question
August 5, 2020 12:28 ampts 30 pts
For mechanics, are the sums of JEE ADVANCED required for JAM?
  • 2 Answer(s)
  • 0 Likes
  • 6 Comments
  • Shares
  • Ruby negi Best Answer
    no dear, jee advance contains tough questions ,they are not the part of jam.. start with kelpener, it is good book and also it contains jam syllabus too, mostly questions come from...
    Show more
    Likes(1) Reply(8)
    Ruby negi
    or u can go through the first volume of HC Verma book... jee mains questions are enough for jam....
  • Vaishnavi rajora thankyou
    dear u should start with concept of physics by hc verma. it has easy explanation and problems.
    Likes(2) Reply(3)
    Vaishnavi rajora
    u will find problems from easy to tough leval
  • Chandra dhawan
    Yes dear... u can start with concept of physics by HC Verma ..this part is building block off your knowledge so for gain hour knowledge u should study...... Best regards
    Likes(1) Reply(1)
    Chandra dhawan
    hope u understood it
  • Deepak singh
    yeah , it's beneficial go through once jee advance problems
    Likes(1) Reply(0)
  • Pranav kumar
    The best book to start with mechanics is HC Verma. After that you may solve a few questions from irodov(if possible).
    Likes(0) Reply(0)
  • Ravi prakash yadav
    yes, classical mechanics portion is more or less same for jee advance and jam. You should prepare jee advance problems. It will be benefitial for you.
    Likes(0) Reply(0)