JEE Advanced is an exam conducted for admissions in IITs present all over India and some other premier institutes. Students getting a certain minimum score in JEE Mains are allowed to give this exam.
JEE Advance is a computer based test. This exam consists of three sections.
- Physics, Chemistry, Maths – each having equal weightage. Also, exam is conducted in two slots – 9:30am to 12:30pm followed by a two hour break and second slot – 2:30pm to 5:30pm. Marks scored in both the exam slots are used to evaluate the final result. The three sections contain different different variety of questions.
- Multiple Choice Questions with one or more than one option correct.
- Matrix Match Questions with single or multiple matching.
- Paragraph based Questions
- Integer Answer Questions
- Decimal based Questions (May introduce new categories…you never know).
Exam is conducted by different IITs each year and there is no fixed pattern for the exam. Also the maximum marks for the exam also vary each year and all such details are disclosed only in the exam hall.
Date of the Examination (Subject to Change due to COVID-19)
Generally exam is held on third Sunday of May after the JEE Mains exam results of both January attempt and April Attempt are out.
- Series by Vinay Kumar (TMH Publications)
- Problem Plus in Mathematics by A Das Gupta
- Plane Trigonometry by SL Loney
- The Elements of Coordinate Geometry by SL Loney
- Comprehensive Mathematics JEE Advanced by TMH Publications
- Concepts of Physics (1 and 2) by HC Verma
- Series by BM Sharma
- Series by DC Pandey
- Problems in General Physics by IE Irodov
- Problems in Physical Chemistry by N Avasthi
- Concepts of Physical Chemistry by P Bahadur
- Advanced Problems in Organic Chemistry by Himanshu Pandey
- Elementary Problems in Organic Chemistry for JEE by MS Chouhan
- Problems in Inorganic Chemistry by VK Jaiswal
- Conceptual Inorganic Chemistry by Prabhat Kumar