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Prabhu Raghunathan
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Hi guys,
Id like to know which book is best for general understanding of the subject material for the exam..Mughal's or Simon Roberts' or the cram book..I like ones with more exercises & tough ones..please suggest..
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Shubhangi A. Patkar
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Hi Prabhu,
I have both the books, RHE and Khalid Mughal. What I found is this :
1. The RHE focusses only on the things that are required for certification.something like Arjuna. If it is not required for certification u won't probably find it in RHE. I don't mean to say that the book is not good. it is.
2. Mughal focusses more on making you understand the logic behind it. It makes sure that you understand the concept behind the stuff. The idea is that once you know the concept thoruoghly, any question is a shoo-in.
See if you can afford both. If you are from india as your name seems to suggest to total cost should be at the max 900-to 1000 Rs. Start with RHE, read a concept and then go open the same thing in Mughal. You will find that by the time you complet Mughal you have grasped it throuhly. I don't know anything abt the cram book.
Hope this helps
Shubhangi.
 
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