Best Books for SRMJEEE 2021: SRMJEEE Preparation Books for Physics, Chemistry, Maths
Best Books for SRMJEEE 2021- SRM Institute of Science and Technology will conduct SRMJEE 2021; exam dates will be announced with the schedule. Undoubtedly, how you prepare for SRMJEEE 2021 is significantly related to the performance in the entrance exam. Therefore, candidates should make sure that they are on the right track. To help all the SRMJEEE aspirants, Careers360 has compiled important books to prepare for the exam. These books are recommended by experts and toppers. Students can study from these books to have a clear understanding of concepts. Read the complete article to know more about the best books for SRMJEEE 2021 and other exam guidelines.
Latest SRMJEEE 2021 Update - SRMJEEE application form is now available till March 31; Also check, SRMJEEE 2021 exam dates.
SRM Joint Engineering Entrance Examination (SRMJEEE) is conducted by the SRM Institute of Science and Technology in online mode. It is held for admission into the undergraduate engineering programmes.
What are the best books for SRMJEEE 2021?
Candidates can find the list of all the important books to prepare for the SRMJEEE entrance exam. SRMJEEE 2021 comprises questions from Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics/ Biology, English, and Aptitude.
Best Books for SRMJEEE 2021 - Physics
Concepts of Physics Part-1 and 2 by H. C. Verma
Understanding Physics by DC Pandey (Volume-2)
NCERT Physics Book
Problems in General Physics by I.E Irodov
Best Books for SRMJEEE 2021 - Chemistry
Inorganic Chemistry by OP Tandon
Organic Chemistry by Himanshu Pandey
Physical Chemistry by P. Bahadur
NCERT Chemistry books
Best Books for SRMJEEE 2021 - Mathematics
Mathematics book by Amit M Agarwal
Algebra by SK Goyal (Arihant)
Objective Mathematics by R D Sharma
The Elements Of Coordinate Geometry by S L Loney
How to prepare for SRMJEEE 2021?
Knowing the best books for SRMJEEE 2021 is one right step towards securing good marks in SRMJEEE 2021. Candidates should also know how to prepare for SRMJEEE 2021. Candidates should remember the following points while preparing for the entrance exam.
Important Points to remember while preparing for SRMJEEE 2021
Understand the syllabus thoroughly
The thumb rule is to know all the topics that need to be covered for the entrance exam. Candidates are advised to check the SRMJEEE 2021 syllabus carefully and should then strategize the preparation accordingly.
Know the marking scheme
Students should also have an understanding of the marking scheme of SRMJEEE 2021. The marking scheme consists of details about the total number of questions, marks per questions, and total marks.
SRMJEEE 2021 Marking Scheme
Marks per question
Total no. of questions
Part-3: Mathematics/ Biology(For B.Tech Biotechnology)
Solve mock tests
Practice is essential for securing high marks in the entrance exam. Along with the pattern of the question paper, SRMJEEE 2021 mock tests allow candidates to understand their strengths and weaknesses.
Prepare small notes
At the time of studying each topic, prepare small flashcards or notes having important concepts and formulas. The short notes will help to keep all the important formula and concepts fresh in mind.
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Questions related to SRMJEEE
out of SRMJEE, MHCET and ComedK, which should I apply to for the best chance of getting into btech for electrical engineering?
Assuming you are from Maharashtra State and have the domicile, after JEE Main you should give importance to MHTCET and prepare well. Best State Technical Institutes like VJTI Mumbai, KJ Somaiya, SPIT Mumbai, VIT Pune and COEP have excellent faculty, research facilities and placements as far as Electrical Engineering is concerned. Secondly, Institutes under Mumbai and Pune University have a very strong curriculum and provide effective engineering education.
However, as a backup, it is always desired you appear for COMEDK. Colleges like RVCE, MSRIT, BMSCE, Dayanand Sagar, NIE Mysore, SIT Tumkur and BIT Bangalore are good technical institutes with a strong employer outlook being located near IT, Technology and Industrial hubs of Bangalore and nearby Hyderabad and Chennai.
How many people apply for SRMJEE? what are the chances of getting into SRM university for electrical engineering?
B.Tech in Electrical and Electronics Engineering is a full time 4 years undergraduate course at SRM University.
For taking admission in this course at SRM university you must have cleared your Class 12 with atleast 60 percent of marks.
Also, you must have studied the subjects like chemistry, physics and mathematics in Class 12 as these are mandatory subjects to be eligible for admission in this course.
You must have passed Class 12 from any state board within India, CBSE, ISCE, Matriculation, or NIOS are also eligible to apply.
Hope it helps.
how tough is SRMJEE? which top 2 Entrance exams for Btech besides JEE will give you a lot of good options for colleges?
SRMJEE if compared to jee mains is really easy, you can score really good marks if you have been already preparing for jee mains. Very simple and straightforward questions are asked in the examination.
Apart from jee mains you can apply for the entrance examinations conducted by the state. Apart from that you can apply for various examinations conducted by the private colleges for admissions in their own colleges like bitsat, kiitee, etc.
How do I apply for SRMJEE being a oci holder?
Yes, non-resident ,PIO, OCI card holders can also apply for SRMJEE 2021. You must pass 12th standard to gain eligibility . SRM college has released the application form on 12th December 2020 and the last date to apply the form is 31st March 2021. You can find the form in the official website of SRM.
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Hope this helps you
I am Targeting for VITEEE,SRMJEE,MANIPAL ENTRANCE . HOW SHOULD I PREPARE FOR THOSE EXAMS in 3 months if my 12th is below average?
Since you have only three months more for the preparation, you should waste no more time and work really hard. As you have mentioned that you are not strong with your subjects, then the best method would be to select topics that are the easiest for you and also to study the topics that have more weightage.
Now Below I will share with you a study plan and preparation tips:
The most important thing that has to be done first is to understand the exam pattern, the dates and the syllabus . This helps you to understand which topics you will have to spend more time on and plan your timetable accordingly. Find the weightage for each topics and select the most important topics that carry alot of marks and those that are easiest for you.
Once you get to know about the syllabus and the dates, now you can set a timetable. You can decide how many days or hours you will be keeping for each subjects, revision and to practice previous year papers and mock tests. Manage time in a way that you spend enough time on difficult topics and also ensure that you have ample time for revision and practice.
Another important thing to keep in mind is to find the correct books for you . Some books may be hard to follow, so try to get materials that are written in a student friendly language.
While studying the subjects make sure you keep note of important points and equations in a separate book . This will come in handy at the time of revision.
Once you are done studying the subjects start revising and doing previous year papers and mock question papers on a daily basis . This helps you to recollect the formulas, gives you an idea on where you have to improve and will also help you to manage time better. Make it a point to solve atleast one paper every day during the month you have kept apart for revision and practicing question papers.
Another important thing is that don’t study anything new at the last minute and this can create confusions.
NEVER TAKE YOUR HEALTH FOR GRANTED . Get proper sleep, eat healthy food and keep your self hydrated. Ensure that you do not stress your self too much and give enough time to relax and take breaks. Always remember that if you are stressed out then take a break as it would not bring out any good results when you put yourself in more stress.
Finally, on the day of the exam relax and don’t get tensed. Keep your mind clear and give the exam. You will surely be able to do well.
Following these I am sure you will be able to do well in all the exams you have mentioned.
All the best