Unlock the Gateway to India's Premier Engineering Institutes: JEE Advanced

Jul 02, 2023
Unlock the Gateway to India's Premier Engineering Institutes: JEE Advanced

JEE Advanced is the stage 2 examination for the candidates to be eligible for admission into the premier engineering institutions of India, IITs. You need to clear the JEE Mains to be eligible for appearing in the JEE Advanced examination.

As per the facts are concerned, JEE Advanced is one of the toughest engineering entrance examinations of all time. And, when the exam is that tough, the perks of clearing its cut-off are endless. It is the only gateway for candidates to get into the prestigious IITs.

IITs are globally renowned colleges that earned the name for their quality education, career prospects, and research opportunities. Getting admission into an IIT is a ticket to winning a successful career. Only the students dedicated to being an engineer will be qualified for this lifetime opportunity.

Let’s get a deeper insight into what it takes to take up JEE Advanced and gain control of your successful career.

Eligibility Criteria

There is a specific eligibility criterion for students to be able to appear in the JEE Advanced examination.

  • Qualification

The candidates should have scored at least 75% in their 12th board examination. The reserved category students have a relaxation of 10%, and the required criteria are 65% marks. The students also need to clear the cut-off marks of JEE Mains to sit for JEE Advanced examination.

  • Age Criteria

As of 2023’s JEE Advanced examination criteria is concerned, the age eligibility for general students is they should be born on or after 1st October 1998. But, for the reserved categories such as SC, PwD, and ST, there is a five-year relaxation. It means the reserved category students appearing for JEE Advanced in 2023 should be born on or after 1st October 1993.

  • Number of Attempts

As per the official rules, a candidate has the liberty to attempt JEE Advanced only for a maximum of two times in consecutive years.

Syllabus

JEE Advanced Eligibility

If you are about to appear in JEE Advanced and are preparing for it, then here’s a brief insight into the syllabus for you to approach:

A. Subject-Wise Topics & Weightage

Here are the subject-wise topics as well as their weightage for the JEE Advanced examination:

1. Physics

    • Electrodynamics- 22.58% & 28 marks
    • Heat & Thermodynamics- 12.90% & 16 marks
    • Mechanics- 25% & 31 marks
    • Modern Physics- 18.55% & 23 marks
    • Optics- 14.52% & 18 marks
    • SHM & Waves- 6.45% & 8 marks

2. Chemistry

Organic Chemistry

    • Chemical Bonding- 8 marks or 22.2%
    • Metallurgy- 4 marks or 11.1%
    • Qualitative Analysis- 7 marks or 19.4%
    • P-Block- 11 marks or 30.5%
    • Coordination Compounds- 6 marks or 16.6%

Inorganic Chemistry

    • Amines- 11 marks or 24.4%
    • Aromatic Compounds- 6 marks or 13.3%
    • Carbonyl Compounds- 3 marks or 6.6%
    • Biomolecules- 4 marks or 8.88%
    • Polymers- 7 marks or 15.5%
    • General Organic Chemistry- 8 marks or 17.7%
    • Stereoisomerism- 6 marks or 13.3%

Physical Chemistry

    • Atomic Structure & Nuclear Chemistry- 3 marks or 6.9%
    • Chemical Kinetics- 8 marks or 18.6%
    • Electrochemistry- 3 marks- 6.9%
    • Chemical Equilibrium- 6 marks or 13.9%
    • Gaseous State- 3 marks or 6.9%
    • Chemical Equilibrium- 6 marks or 13.9%
    • Solution & Colligative Properties- 4 marks or 9.3%
    • Solid State- 4 marks or 9.3%
    • Surface Chemistry- 3 marks or 6.9%

Mathematics 124

JEE Advanced Classes

    • Binomial Theorem- 3 marks or 2.41%
    • Complex Numbers 7 marks- 5.6%
    • Differential & Integral Calculus- 38 marks or 30.6%
    • Coordinate Geometry- 18 marks or 14.5%
    • Probability- 9 marks or 7.25%
    • Matrices- 14 marks or 11.29%
    • Quadratic Equation- 3 marks or 2.41%
    • Fundamentals of Mathematics- 5 marks or 4.03%
    • Permutation and Combination- 3 marks or 2.41%
    • Trigonometry- 10 marks or 8.06%
    • Sequence and Series- 3 marks or 2.41%
    • Vector and 3D- 11 marks or 8.87%

Comparison with JEE Main Syllabus

The JEE Mains and JEE Advanced syllabus is around 99% the same. But, only a few topics of JEE Mains aren’t part of the JEE Advanced syllabus. The preparation efforts will be the same or even more detailed without skipping out on any chapters. The difference will only be noticed in the exam pattern when the students solve the mock or the previous year's papers.

Exam Pattern

The exam duration will be three hours, comprising two papers, categorised as Paper 1 and Paper 2. 3 hours are provided for each paper! The question paper will have MCQs with single answers, multiple answers, and numerical value answers. 

Types of Questions & Marking Scheme

The types of questions that you will be getting in the JEE Advanced examination are:

Paper 1

  • Section 1 will have 6 questions with single correct answers. If you give the correct answer, you will get +3 marks. There’s a -1 negative marking for this section. You can attain a total of 18 marks from this section. 
  • Section 2 will have 6 questions with four options. In these questions, either one or more than one option(s) is correct. If you answer correctly with all the correct options, you will get +4. If only three out of four correct options are selected, then +3. If two out of three or more correct options are selected, then +2. If one out of two or more correct options is selected, then +1. If no options are chosen, 0 marks and wrong answers are implied with -2 negative marks. You can score a total of 24 marks from this section.
  • Section 3 will have 6 numerical value questions. Here, you will get full marks of +4 if only the correct value is entered.  There’s no negative marking for wrong answers in this section. You can score a total of 24 marks from this section.

Paper 2

  • Section 1 will have 6 MCQs with multiple correct options. You will be awarded +4 marks for all correct answers and -2 negative marking for wrong answers. You can score +3 if you have selected only three out of four correct options, +2 if you select two out of three or more correct options, and +1 if you select one out of two or more correct options. There’s a negative marking of -2 if you select the wrong options. You can score a total of 24 marks here.
  • Section 2 will have 6 numerical value-type questions. You will be awarded +4 if you enter the correct value. And there will be no negative marking. You can score a total of 24 marks from this section.
  • Section 3 will have 6 single-digit integer questions. You will be awarded +3 if you enter the right integer. There will be a -1 negative marking for wrong answers. You can score a total of 18 marks from this section.

Preparation Tips

Now that you have a clear insight into the syllabus and exam pattern of JEE Advanced, the next big thing is to prepare for the toughest engineering entrance examination ever. So, here are a few preparation tips to help you out with the same:

Time Management

Students must manage their time properly and dedicate sufficient hours to master all subjects and topics equally. Consider the weightage of the chapters to prioritise the schedule or approach of preparation for loyal subjects.

Study Material

JEE Advanced Examination

If you are taking online coaching, you will be provided with sufficient study materials and notes to clear all subjects' fundamentals and high-end concepts. You just need to refer to those study materials per your preparation schedules and ask doubts (if any) at the earliest.

Revision Strategy

Plan a revision strategy to review all the important topics a week before the examination. You shouldn’t be studying the main chapters till the last moment of the examination. You need to plan out your ways to complete the chapters in at least a couple of weeks or more. This way, you can invest your time executing the revision strategies.

Online Resources

Take the help of online resources as well! It will help you understand various effective ways of preparing for the examination and dealing with complex subjects.

Coaching Institutes and Mock Tests

Here are a few of the top coaching institutes for you to take your JEE Advanced exam preparation to the next level:

  • Aakash Institute
  • Allen Career Institute
  • FIITJEE
  • Bansal Classes

These institutes have a tailored coaching program for students with different learning and understanding capabilities. They start their sessions at the earliest to ensure that the kids are well-prepared to take on the complex JEE Advanced examination, intending to score well.

Importance of the Mock Tests

When you take up private coaching for your JEE Advanced preparations, you will be assigned some mock tests with questions of the same intensity as the actual examination. These mock tests test what you have learned so far and how much understandability you have developed for the important concepts of various subjects.

Therefore, mock tests are important for efficient preparation for the JEE Advanced examination.

Online vs Offline Mock Tests

Online mock tests are the usual digital tests designed to simulate the test experience. The difficulty level of the questions in online mock tests will be the same as that of the actual exam. Therefore, the preparation level should be the same as well. There are ample benefits of taking an online mock test over the offline test, which include:

  • Realistic examination experience
  • Learn better time management
  • Analyse your performance
  • Get familiar with the actual examination pattern

The offline mock tests are a series of examinations conducted by educational institutions or coaching centres. It is to evaluate the overall performance of the JEE aspirants. Some of the coaching institutions offer students the feasibility of online mock tests as well. But, to check the speed of solving the numerical problems, most institutions still prefer offline mock tests alongside it. Therefore, both online and offline mock tests are proficient in their ways to help you prepare for the ultimate examination.

Admit Card and Result

The admit cards for the JEE Advanced 2023 have been available on the official website since May 29, 2023. The steps to download the admit card are as follows:

  • Visit the official website of JEE Advance Exam Council.
  • Check the ‘Important Announcements’ section, and you will get four different links to download your JEE Advanced Admit Card.
  • Click on any one, and enter your registration credentials, to get the digital copy of your admit card. Now download it, and get a printout of it.

The results for the JEE Advanced 2023 examination will be released on June 18, 2023. The final answer key for the year’s exam will be used to determine the results.

Counselling and Seat Allocation

The counselling for the JEE Advanced 2023 will commence in September 2023. The JoSAA counselling 2023 will have 23 IITs this year, with more than 16,000 seats for allocation. The college courses and the Seat Matrix will be accessible on the JoSAA website. 

Conclusion

This is a clear description of everything associated with the JEE Advanced examination. From eligibility criteria to preparation tips, you need to be aware of all crucial factors to score well in the ultimate examination.

In pursuit of winning a great career and a settled future, you need to work hard and achieve this milestone of JEE Advanced. You will see how effortless your life will be once you have the tag of an IITian. Enrol in the best coaching institutes and prepare for the worst challenges.

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