JEE ADVANCED 2019 Dates, Exam Pattern & Syllabus

JEE advanced 2019 dates, exam pattern & syllabus

This year it is IIT Roorkee as the main college to conduct the JEE ADVANCED exam. Aspiring students who study throughout the year participate in this exam hoping to get admission in one of the top universities of India. The syllabus is vast and therefore it is necessary to attempt all questions. The subjects that are included in JEE ADVANCED 2019 exam are from Physics, Chemistry and Maths taught in 11th and 12th class.

Check below the syllabus of JEE ADVANCED 2019 exam:

JEE ADVANCED PHYSICS

PHYSICS JEE Advanced 2019

JEE ADVANCE CHEMISTRY

JEE advanced 2019 chemistry

JEE ADVANCE MATHS

JEE advanced mathematics

JEE ADVANCED 2019 exam has lots of topics to study, as mentioned above, and understanding concepts and then practicing daily from solved papers and mock tests is very important.

JEE ADVANCED 2019 exam date is scheduled for May 19, 2019 for both Paper 1 and Paper 2. It is completely online test covering about 155 cities in India and 6 cities abroad. For more details it is advised to check the official website: www.jeeadv.nic.in

JEE ADVANCE EXAM PATTERN

Students who have prepared for JEE ADVANCED for over a year with good time management are the ones to excel in this exam. Giving correct answer but not having an in-depth knowledge of the topic will have to work harder. Take a look at the exam pattern for JEE ADVANCED 2019 here:

JEE ADVANCED EXAM PATTER PAPER 1:

There will be questions where the student will have to choose 1 correct option out of total 4 questions. Total marks will be 12 for this type of questions. 8 questions will be of calculations that will have 24 maximum marks in total. One or more correct answer type will be total 6 questions with maximum 24 marks. The total 18 questions will be of 60 maximum marks for Paper 1.

JEE ADVANCED EXAM PATTER PAPER 2:

One or more correct answer type questions will be 6 with maximum marks of 24. Calculative questions will be 8 questions and the maximum marks on these will be 24 as well. There will be 4 questions of matching list with maximum 12 marks. Total 18 questions will have maximum 60 marks.

Preparing for JEE ADVANCED requires not just understanding each concept in depth but also strategizing each question and topic properly. Time given to each topic with quick calculations with accuracy is only possible when the basics are clear. Studying from NCERT books and revising the basics is important before moving to difficult concepts. Out of the syllabus questions can only be resolved easily by solving previous years’ papers.

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