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@ayesha
may i know which books you consulted for physics and how much time is sufficient for getting good marks in physics. 
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I used Haliday Resnik book. If you find it interesting. 
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Ayesha have you done Masters in Applied Maths? if yes then from which university?

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im thinking of opting applied maths for my 2013 attempt. I have had times that got pondering to opt it earlier but didnt have the courage to replace indo pak with neither the confidence.
How long and how difficult is it to prepare from the scratch.
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@ Ayesha Mehmood.
Fantastic scores.. really appreciated.. I want to add one book in your list.. which i think covers various topics and almost whole differential portion in Applied Mathematics. the methods indicated in that book are quite easy to understand. and most of the differential questions came from this book. book name is Higher Engineering Mathematics by B.S. Grewal. Sister can you please tell me from where you have studied Tensors.. coz these creates Tensions.. suggest any other book than Schawm series Vector analysis last chapter.. do u have any other reference for that. and also what do thing that now make strategy for Physics paper. bcoz its quite different in 2011 than previous papers.. i think we must go for GIANCOLI PHYSICS.. its look good as per paper standard not Rennick and Musaddiq at all. well for other new aspirants. @ White Leopard. I think paper in 2011 was quite easy than the previous. to prepare for app math you need atleast i think continous study for one and half month. on condition if u have engineering or math background. otherwise it takes double time may be three months. for satisfactory preparation. My strategy is simple .. i just made my two registers for paper i and ii. first i have completed it in 1 month. then i repeat it in 15 days .. at that time of paper. same books as Ayesha said .. only one that i have written here. prepare more for part I than part II. bcoz part I is related to mathematics which contents theory not problems. i preferred those question to attempt first which i found can be done easily without any further calculation. like in paper I some questions came as it is in the book.. so i must go for that first then to others. 
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@ Abrowaqas
Vector and Tensor Analysis by Dr. Nawazish Ali is very good book. And is written in detail. You can clear your concepts from this book. 
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You can prepare it in max of two months easily. 
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It's not in specifically Applied or Pure, but we studied mixed subjects. So that I've studied the whole of the syllabus of Applied Math and Pure Math. 
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@abrowaqas Brother what book you recommend for the partial differential equation and ordinary differential equations

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Really good score in Mathematics.Gud

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