National Testing Agency (NTA) is soon, going to announce the schedule and number of sessions for JEE Main 2022 examination. This schedule will clarify multiple doubts, the most pertinent one being – will JEE Main 2022 be conducted 4 times? Lakhs of students across the country are ardently waiting for the schedule to come out. By appearing for the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main 2022 exam, they stand a chance of getting admission to a prestigious engineering institute in the country.
While waiting for the JEE Main 2022 schedule to come out, students can continue their preparation for this much-awaited national-level entrance exam. It must be extra challenging given that candidates need to prepare for board exams at the same time. Although the board exam syllabus remains the same, candidates can study for their boards with the help of NCERT textbooks. However, the same is not applicable with respect to the entrance test.
JEE Main 2022 Best Books for Physics
JEE Main 2022 will require candidates to study expand their knowledge base by referring to other sources and reference books. These books will surely be theoretically and conceptually advanced compared to the nominal school textbooks. Following are some of the best books that candidates can use to prepare for the Physics section of the entrance exam –
# Concepts of Physics (Part I & Part II) by H.C. Verma
This set of books is by far, the most useful and sought-after among JEE Main aspirants. In fact, all previous-year toppers have used this duo for gaining conceptual clarity and explanation for each concept in Physics. These books are useful for both levels of the entrance exam i.e., JEE Main and JEE Advanced. Moreover, they also have a few MCQs that are tricky and challenging to crack.
# IIT JEE Physics by DC Pandey
It is always better to study for JEE Advanced level of the syllabus for the Main exam. So that candidates find the JEE Main paper simple and easy to crack. The book by DC Pandey comprises topic-wise explanations and questions to help candidates prepare for both levels. While the theory is sometimes, not in tandem with the NCERT syllabus, the questions will help candidates get adequate practice before the exam day.
# Problems in General Physics by I.E. Irodov & Problems in Physics by S.S. Krotov
In addition to DC Pandey, candidates can also make use of books by Irodov and Krotov to get some extra practice before the exam. Physics is a tricky subject and an incessant practice of MCQs is required to ace this section. However, a candidate must remember two things – 1. Choose only 1-2 books and stick to them till the end and 2. Purchase the latest editions to get relevant question practice.