Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (CET) Books


The entrance test of Maharashtra Common Entrance Test is a very tough test that is actually design to test the patience as well as labor of the individual candidates. The questions asked are very conceptual and thus only few books are able to meet up the different criterion that is set up by the exam. Though there are numerous books to tally, but Higher Secondary book are the key to success in this exam. They not only provide an ideal platform in which the candidates can build up their concepts but also provide an equal opportunity to solve different examples that very effective in making success story in this exam.

The exam is also of Multiple Choice Questions and therefore few books dedicated to the MCQ pattern should also be consulted. Special books such as Mock Test type are all very helpful in creating the proper adjustment of the candidate mind frame to the actual entrance exam. Here is a list of few of the books that are very ideal in preparing for the exam:

KITS MAH-CET Regular Books


• R. S. Aggarwal – Maths XI & XII

• S.L. Loni – Plane Trigonometry Part I

• S.L. Loni – Co-ordinate Geometry

• Hall & Knight – Higher Algebra

• I.A. Maron – Problems in Calculus of One Variable

• Vectors & 3-D Geometry–  Arihant Prakashan

• Vectors Shanti Narayan


• NCERT – Chemistry XI & XII

• P. Bahadur – Physical Chemistry

• Arihant Prakashan–  Organic Chemistry

• O.P. Agarwal–  IIT Chemistry

• Ebbing – General Chemistry

• J.D. Lee Concise — Inorganic Chemistry

• R.T. Morrison, R.N. Boyd – Organic Chemistry


H.C. Verma – Concepts of Physics Vol I and II

I.E. Irodov – Problems in General Physics

Halliday, Resnick & Walker – Fundamentals of Physics

Sears and Zemansky – University Physics

Nelkon and Parker– Advanced Level Physics

These well defined books not only help the individual candidates to provide an ideal state of mind to the candidates, but are also very important in forming the concepts that help to success in the final run. The Higher Secondary Books are however the most important book that is consulted. The books cover the entire syllabus and help to brush up the questions that have already came in the previous year’s questions.



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7 Responses to “Maharashtra Common Entrance Test (CET) Books”

  1. 7

    I would like to buy CET book. please prove the address & detail which publications book is better?

  2. 6

    i have one month left for my exam. which publication do i buy for theory as well as problems for cet?

  3. 5

    Dear Sir/madam.
    I would like to buy CET Book, Could you please prove the address details and which publish book is better.

    Thank you

  4. 4
    Reena Mathur:

    when are the enterence exams for bba 2010 and the last day to fill the form or to grt registration

  5. 3

    entrance exam for BBA how t registration? date of bba please send date of CET for BBA

  6. 2
    dharmendra kumar gupta:

    how can i get my admit card? while i submitted my crt maharastra entrence form.

  7. 1

    On which date CET forms available in College and the last date for submission of CET Forms