Everything you need to know about JEE Advanced Exam

While giving JEE Main, a candidate wants to clear the entrance examination. He/She aspires to clear it so as to get admission in IIT. For that one has to appear for JEE advanced. Candidates work hard to meet the cut-offs. Also, they work hard to clear JEE advanced to get admission in the top colleges. If you have given JEE Main and thinks of making it through the JEE advanced too, this article is for you. In this article, we will discuss JEE Main Syllabus, Eligibility and JEE Advanced Result.

JEE Main Result

The National Testing Agency releases the result of JEE Main. It also releases the cut-off for JEE advanced. A candidate, who scores less than the cut-off, loses the chances to appear for the advanced exam. But it does not mean that you are less than anyone. It is not the end. You still have the options to take admission in NITs, IIITs, and other government colleges.

It is like a dream come true for those who meet the cut-offs. If you are also among those candidates, pat your back. Congratulations. Half the battle is won. Now it is the time to go for the JEE advanced. You have to work twice as hard as you had done for main. Let us get to know more about this coming exam.

JEE Advanced

Unlike, JEE Main, JEE Advanced exam is conducted by one of the IITs. IIT Roorkee is going to conduct the JEE advanced this year on May 19. It is a national level entrance exam. A candidate who is able to crack this examination is eligible to get admission in the top IITs. The JEE exam is conducted in two phases. The first is the JEE Main. While JEE advanced is the second phase of the JEE examination. A candidate can only appear for two consecutive times.

The pattern of JEE advanced exam

Just like the JEE main, the advance is also an online examination. There will be two papers. The duration of each paper is three hours. Both the papers will have three sections, physics, chemistry, and mathematics. The paper will be available in two languages – English and Hindi. There will be negative marking.

Reservation in JEE advanced

A candidate belonging to a category will have the privilege of reservation. Anyone belonging to SC/ST/OBC (non-creamy layer)/PwD/ Defence Personnel can claim reservation.

Category Reservation
SC 15%
ST 7.5%
OBC (non-creamy) 27%
PwD 5% for each of the category
Female 5%
Foreign Candidate 10%

 

Eligibility for JEE advanced

A candidate who holds the top ranks is eligible for the advanced exam. A candidate can give the advanced exam only two times in the two consecutive years. Candidates belonging to general category must not be more than 26 years of age. Also, a minimum of 75% marks in 10+2 or equivalent is needed.

The foreign candidates are also eligible for the advanced exam. They do not need to appear for JEE Main. They can apply for the advanced exam directly.

Syllabus

Candidates must get themselves familiar with the syllabus. Below we are providing details of the syllabus for physics, chemistry, and mathematics.

Physics

General Physics

Mechanics

Thermal Physics

Electricity and Magnetism

Optics

Modern Physics

Physical Chemistry

General Chemistry

Gaseous and Liquid States

Atomic Structure and Chemical Bonding

Energetics

Chemical Equilibrium

Electrochemistry

Chemical Kinetics

Solid States

Solutions

Surface Chemistry

Nuclear Chemistry

Inorganic Chemistry

Isolation/ preparation and properties of the non-metals

Preparation and properties of the compounds

Transition elements

Preparation and properties of the Compounds

Ores and Minerals

Extractive metallurgy

Principles of qualitative analysis

Organic Chemistry

Basic Concepts

Preparation, properties, and the reaction of alkanes

Preparation, properties, and alkenes and alkynes

Reactions of benzene

Phenols

Characteristic reactions

Carbohydrates

Amino acids and peptides

Properties and uses of some important polymers

Practical organic chemistry

Mathematics

Algebra

Trigonometry

Analytical Geometry

Differential Calculus

Integral Calculus

Vectors

Architecture Aptitude Test

Freehand Drawing

Geometrical Drawing

Three-Dimensional Perception

Imagination and aesthetic sensitivity

Architectural awareness

JEE Advanced Application Form

Candidates need to fill the advanced application form. This form is available in online mode only. Only after filling the application form, a candidate is eligible to appear for the JEE advance entrance examination.

Below we are providing the steps in which a candidate can fill the application form.

  • Log in with JEE Main Roll Number and Date of Birth.
  • Choose a new password to complete registration.
  • Fill personal and academic details.
  • Mention the number of attempts, exam center, and language of the exam, category, and requirement of a scribe (if any).

Candidates are required to upload some scanned documents.

Scanned Document

  • Class – X or Birth Certificate
  • Class – XII (or equivalent) Certificate
  • Category Certificate (if any)
  • Additional Category Certificate
  • PwD certificate (if applicable)
  • Scribe request letter (if any)
  • DS Certificate (if any)
  • OCI Card/ PIO Card (if any)

After uploading and filling other details, a candidate needs to pay an application fee. A candidate can use either of the options of Debit / Credit / Internet Banking / Cash using SBI branch.

Candidate belonging to reserved category needs to make a payment of Rs. 1300. While for the unreserved candidates, the application fee is Rs. 2600. A foreign candidate from SAARC country needs to pay USD 160. While candidates from Non-SAARC countries need to pay USD 300.

JEE Advanced Admit Card

The admit card for JEE advanced will release in the second week of May. The steps to download the admit card are

  • Go to the official website of the JEE advanced.
  • Click on the link JEE Advanced 2019 Admit Card
  • Enter the registration number and password.
  • A page with respective admit card will appear.
  • Check the details and take the print out.

Result of JEE advanced

The JEE advanced result will be declared on June 10, 2019. A candidate needs to log in with his/her registration number, D.O.B., mobile number, and email address. A scorecard along with AIR will be there in the JEE advanced result.

JEE Advanced Counselling

The Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) will organize the counselling. A candidate can opt for IITs and ISM Dhanbad. Below is the procedure of counselling process.

Registration

  • Visit the official JEE advanced link.
  • Enter registration number, roll number, D.O.B., and password.
  • Online Choice Filling
  • Log in to choose branch, course, and institute.
  • Lock the final choice.
  • Take printout.

Allotment of Seats

It is divided into three categories. They are

  • On the basis of Date of Birth
  • Nationality
  • Percentage of Disability

Allocation of Seats

This will be updated by the JoSAA on the official website.

Conclusion

The candidates who meet the cut-off in the JEE Main result are eligible to appear for the JEE Advanced exam. Before appearing for the JEE advance, a candidate needs to fill the application form. A candidate needs to fill all the details, upload the scanned documents, and pay the fee. The application fee is different for different categories. One must check for the category-wise payment of the fee.

After the exam is over, the authority will release the JEE advanced result. The selected candidate can check their obtained scores and the AIR. The selected candidates are only eligible for the counselling process. In the counselling process, the candidate can fill their choice regarding the institute and the course.

Before all these, a candidate must work hard again. A candidate should prepare for the advanced exam in the best possible way. He/she should not lose their chance. A candidate can only apply twice for the two consecutive years. Make the most of it and crack the exam.

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