JEE Advance

An all-India level engineering entrance exam for admission into IITs.

Field

Engineering

Eligibility

Physics, Chemistry and Maths

Applicants

7000+

Questions Type

Objective

Paper Pattern

Unpredictable

Colleges

IITs, NITs and 5+ Colleges

Difficulty Level

Hard

Time to Prepare

2 Years

When Starts

April to Aug.

Chemistry

Video = 200+   Notes = 8000+

Maths

Video = 250+   Notes = 12000+

Physics

Video = 300+   Notes = 12000+

5200+

Happy Students

1,700+

Tests Taken

81,700+

Questions Attempted

22,600+

Doubts Answered

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All you need to know about JEE Advance

Physics


01.   Electrostatics

02.   Current Electricity

03.   Magnetic Effects of Currents and Magnetism

04.  Electromagnetic Induction

15.  Alternating Currents

06.   Electromagnetic Waves

07.   Optics

08.  Dual Nature of Matter and Radiation

09.  Atoms and Nuclei

10.   Electronic Devices



11.   Communication Systems and Experimental Skills

12.  Physics and Measurement

13.  Kinematics

14.  Laws of Motion

15.  Work, Energy and Power

16.  Rotational Motion

17.   Gravitation

18.  Properties of Solid and Liquids

19.  Thermodynamics

20.  Kinetic Theory of Gases

21.  Oscillations and Waves

Chemistry


16  p-Block Elements

17  d- and f-Block Elements

18  Coordination Compounds

19  Environmental Chemistry

20   Purification and Characterisation of Organic Compounds

21  Some Basic Principles of Organic Chemistry

22  Hydrocarbons

23   Organic Compounds Containing Halogens

24  Organic Compounds Containing Oxygen

25  rganic Compounds Containing Nitrogen

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26  Polymers

27  Biomolecules

28   Chemistry in Everyday Life

29  Principles Related to Practical Chemistry



01   Some Basic Concepts in Chemistry

02  The States of Matter

03  Atomic Structure

04  Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure

05   Chemical Thermodynamics

06   Solutions

07   Equilibrium

08   Redox Reactions and Electrochemistry

10  Chemical Kinetics

11  Surface Chemistry

12  Classification of Elements and Periodicity in Properties

13  General Principles and Processes of Isolation of Metals

14  Hydrogen

15  s-Block Elements

Maths


01  Sets, Relations, and Functions

02  Complex Numbers and Quadratic Equations

03  Matrices and Determinants

04  Permutations and Combinations

05  Mathematical Induction

06  Binomial Theorem and its Simple Applications

07  Sequences and Series

08  Limits Continuity and Differentiability



09  Integral Calculus

10  Differential Equations

11  Coordinate Geometry

12   Three-dimensional Geometry

13   Vector Algebra

14   Statistics and Probability

15.  Trigonometry

16.  Mathematical Reasoning

   Physics


 Text Book

 Solution

 Revision Notes

 Exemplar

 E-Books

   Chemistry


 Text Book

 Solution

 Revision Notes

 Exemplar

 E-Books

   Maths


 Text Book

 Solution

 Revision Notes

 Exemplar

 E-Books

Physics


General Physics

Units and Dimensions

Measurement and Errors

Vectors


Mechanics

Kinematics

Laws of Motion

Friction

Centre of Mass, Momentum and Collision

Work, Energy and Power

Circular Motion

Rotational Dynamics

Mechanical Properties of Matter

Fluid Mechanics

Simple Harmonic Motion

Wave Motion and String Waves

Sound Waves



Electricity and Magnetism

Electrostatics

Current Electricity

Capacitors

Magnetism

Work, Energy and Power

Electromagnetic Induction

Alternating Current



Optics

Geometrical Optics

Light Waves

Dispersion and Spectra



Modern Physics

Nuclear Physics

Photoelectric Effect and Wave-Particle Duality

Bohr’s Model and Physics of the Atom

X-rays

Chemistry


Physical Chemistry

Some Basic Concepts of Chemistry

Mole Concept

Redox Reactions

aseous and Liquid States

Atomic Structure and Chemical Bonding

Energetics

Chemical Equilibrium

Electrochemistry

Chemical Kinetics

Solid State

Solutions

Surface Chemistry

Nuclear Chemistry


Inorganic Chemistry

s-Block Elements

p-Block Elements

Transition Elements (3D Series)

Coordination Compounds

Metallurgy

Qualitative Analysis


Organic Chemistry

General Organic Chemistry

Hydrocarbons

Reactions of Benzene

Phenols

Aldehydes, Ketones and Carboxylic Acids

Alcohols and Ethers

Haloalkanes and Haloarenes

Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen

Carbohydrates

Amino Acids and Peptides

Polymers

Practical Organic Chemistry



Algebra

Complex Numbers

Quadratic Equations

Sequence and Series

Logarithm

Binomial Theorem

Permutations and Combinations

Determinants and Matrices

Probability


Trigonometry

Trigonometry

Solutions of Triangle

Inverse Trigonometric Functions


Analytical Geometry

Coordinate Geometry

Straight Lines and Pair of Straight Lines

Circle

Parabola

Ellipse

Hyperbola


Differential Calculus

Sets, Relations and Functions

Limits and Continuity

Differentiation

Application of Derivatives


Integral Calculus

Indefinite Integrals

Definite Integrals

Area of Bounded Regions

Differential Equations


Vectors

Vector Algebra

3D Geometry

 What is JEE Advance?


  • JEE Advanced is one of the toughest exams in India. Over 2.24 lakh students take it every year with only 20,000 getting a rank. JEE (Joint Entrance Exam), an all India common entrance exam for engineering, is held in two stages:
  • JEE Mains
  • JEE Advance
  • JEE Advanced is the second stage of the Joint Entrance Examination. You are eligible to take JEE Advanced only if you clear the cut-off for JEE Main. This examination will form the basis for admission to various bachelor’s degree programmes in IITs. IIT Kanpur is to conduct the JEE Advanced 2019 examination for admission to 23 IITs for 12,428 seats, which include Indian School of Mines (ISM), Dhanbad. From 2018, the IITs will also reserve special seats for female engineering aspirants.

 Sample Papers & Previous Years’ Papers


  • Sample Papers for JEE Advance Solving sample papers and previous year papers is not only advisable, but also mandatory if you want to stay ahead of the stiff competition in JEE Advance 2019. Solving sample papers will help you to prepare for the expected paper and its pattern while also assisting you in learning efficient time management. You can also assess your own performance by practicing sample papers and judge your level of preparations for JEE Advance 2019.
  • Previous Years’ Papers for JEE Advance Practising previous years’ JEE papers is important as it helps you simulate the real exam. gyan provides you with a complete set of all question banks from previous years which you can practice to sharpen your skills.

 How to prepare (Eligibility Criteria for JEE Advanced)


  • Age: As a general category candidate, you must have been born on or after 1st October 1994.
    As a SC, ST or PWD candidate, you must have been born on or after 1st October 1989.
  • Performance in JEE Main: You should be among the top 2,20,000 candidates (all categories included) in JEE Main.
  • Reservation: 50.5% candidates are selected from the General category. 27% will be chosen from OBC-NCL, 15% from SC, 7.5% from ST and 3% from PwD category.
  • Year of passing 12th standard or equivalent exam: You must have passed Class 12th or any equivalent qualifying examination in 2018 or 2019 (provided the results are declared before 15th June 2019).
  • Number of attempts: You can attempt JEE Advanced a maximum of 2 consecutive years.
  • Earlier Admission at IITs or ISM: You are ineligible for JEE Advanced if you have taken or accepted admission by paying the fees at any of the IITs or ISM in the past.
    You are also ineligible if your admission to any of the IITs was canceled in the past. However, if you have taken a ‘Preparatory Course’ one year prior to the exam in any IITs, you can apply for JEE Advanced.

 Registration for JEE Advanced

The online application procedure of JEE Advanced comprises of the following three simple steps:


  • Step 1: Filling the application form You must enter your JEE (Main) roll number, password and security pin.
  • You will have to choose a new password for JEE Advanced.
  • You will then be redirected to a page that contains your personal and academic details from the JEE Main application.
  • You have to mention the number of attempts and choose 3 exam centres (they must fall in the same IIT Zone).
  • You have to select a language of the question paper (Hindi or English).
  • Notes : The JEE Advanced application cannot be withdrawn after registration has been completed.
  • You have to select a language of the question paper (Hindi or English).
  • Step 2: Uploading scanned certificates Here’s a list of documents for general category candidates:
  • A colour photograph
  • Class X certificate
  • Class XII or equivalent examination certificate
  • Scanned copy of the candidate’s full signature
  • Make sure to find out the full list of documents for JEE Advanced, along with other categories with specifications.
  • Step 3: Paying the registration fee You can pay using:
  • Debit Card/Internet Banking
  • Cash at an SBI Bank
  • International Debit or Credit Card (only for Dubai centre)
  • Reservation: 50.5% candidates are selected from the General category. 27% will be chosen from OBC-NCL, 15% from SC, 7.5% from ST and 3% from PwD category.
  • Year of passing 12th standard or equivalent exam: You must have passed Class 12th or any equivalent qualifying examination in 2018 or 2019 (provided the results are declared before 15th June 2019).
  • Number of attempts: You can attempt JEE Advanced a maximum of 2 consecutive years.
  • Earlier Admission at IITs or ISM: You are ineligible for JEE Advanced if you have taken or accepted admission by paying the fees at any of the IITs or ISM in the past.
    You are also ineligible if your admission to any of the IITs was canceled in the past. However, if you have taken a ‘Preparatory Course’ one year prior to the exam in any IITs, you can apply for JEE Advanced.

 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)


  • Q1: Can a candidate change the mode of examination? Ans: The JEE Advance exam will only be held in the computer based mode. The HRD ministry will organise practice centres from August. These will be free of cost for all aspirants who want to familiarise themselves with the new mode of examination.
  • Q2: Can the candidates opt for both the papers of JEE Advance 2019? Ans: Yes, the candidates can appear for both papers in JEE 2019, or can also have the liberty to appear for just one of the two.
  • Q3: Can candidates change the date of their exam? Ans: Candidates can change the date of their exam only if it clashes with something important, like a board exam.
  • Q4: Is it compulsory to have an Aadhaar Card Number to apply for JEE Advance 2019? Ans: Yes, it’s mandatory for candidates to enter their Aadhaar Card Number in the application form in order to register successfully. No application will be accepted without the Aadhaar Card Number.
  • Q5: A candidate has applied for both Paper 1 and Paper 2. Can he or she opt for just one paper now? Ans: There is no compulsion for such candidates to appear in both papers. They can choose to appear for the paper of their choice. However, there will be no refund of fees.
  • Q6: What action is to be taken if the candidate has opted for Hindi or Gujarati medium for the examination but now wants to appear in the English medium? Ans: The JEE Advance 2019 question paper is bilingual (both in Hindi and English as well as Gujarati and English) for candidates who have opted for Hindi or Gujarati mediums. The candidate can attempt the questions in any medium during the examination.
    To clarify all your doubts, check out the detailed list of JEE Advance 2019 FAQs. That’s all you need to know about JEE Advance 2019. Don’t lose heart if you don’t get through to JEE Advanced as some NITs are even better than a few IITs.
  • Q7: What colleges can I get into through JEE Advance? Ans: IITs, NITs, IIITs and a list of 100 or so central or state funded institutions participate in JEE Advance. Though IITs and ISM don’t accept the JEE Advance score, they require the JEE Advanced score, this is the first step to getting into the best colleges.

 Exam Pattern for JEE Advanced


  • JEE Advanced is probably the most unpredictable exam. The paper pattern is different every year with a different marking scheme, hence students should go through previous years' papers to get a fair idea. Looking at the previous years' papers, we have identified certain trends, however they are subject to change. JEE Advanced usually consists of two papers of 3 hours each. The marks however, vary.
  • Q2: Can the candidates opt for both the papers of JEE Advance 2019? Ans: Yes, the candidates can appear for both papers in JEE 2019, or can also have the liberty to appear for just one of the two.
  • Here are the types of questions asked in JEE Advanced over the years:
  • Single choice MCQs
  • Multiple correct MCQs
  • Integer answer type questions
  • Matrix match type
  • Passage comprehension type
  • Here's a paper pattern analysis that might help you identify a trend.
  • Find out which colleges participate in the JEE Advanced admission process.