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Sir I know that NCERT books are a must but do we have to start our preparation with them. Can't we first do the standard books required for each subject and then do the NCERTs?

Yes, NCERT Books are some basic books meant for laying a solid foundation. As you commence your preparation with NCERT Books, you develop basic understanding and conceptual clarity about the subjects.

As you move on gradually to standard text-books, it helps not only in comprehending the advanced stuff in a better, uncomplicated way; but, also makes it easier to recognize interrelationship among the topics and across the disciplines that makes you proficient in handling twisted questions and applications as well.

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