Those are a lot of books, my friend. I doubt if you'll have time to study from all these books. Also, studying everything from scratch has no meaning, you shouldn't want to study Unit & Dimensions and/or Logarithm at this stage of you JEE journey.
Now, if I were to suggest for Physics: Use H.C. Verma, Cengae & NCERT. Make notes from different books to assure that you're not missing on any concept. Then practise problems from HCV and Cengage. It's more than sufficient for JEE (if done consistently & properly).
For Maths, I have no experience with any of the books except Cengage Trigonometry, which is by far mosty suited for trigonometry after RD Sharma. I did (and do not use) not used any of those books, so a mentor can help you, probably.
For Chemistry,you have the right books. You just need to sit and study now.