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A Brief Introduction to JEE Advanced Exam A Brief Introduction to JEE Advanced Exam

A Brief Introduction to JEE Advanced Exam

The Indian Institute of Technology was founded by Jawaharlal Nehru in the year 1951. At present, there are a total of 23 IITs in India governed by the Ministry of Education. Indian Institute of Technology is the best public Technical University in the Nation as well as holds a good rank and contribution in the world. The first Indian Institute of Technology was founded in Kharagpur, West Bengal.

About JEE Advanced

Joint Entrance Examination -Advanced (JEE Advanced ) formerly known as the IIT-JEE. JEE Advanced was started 60 years ago in the year 1961. The exam is conducted to offer admission into the various courses in the IITs like Engineering, Science and Architecture. The JEE Advanced exam in two shifts and each paper for 3 hours. So the total duration of the JEE Advanced exam is 6 hours a day. Its conducted once a year in English and Hindi language. JEE Advanced permits only maximum of 2 attempts in a consecutive year.

Exam pattern 

The JEE Advanced exam is conducted in online mode or computer-based mode with two compulsory papers- Paper 1 and Paper 2. Both the papers have three sections i.e Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. From the latest update, the JEE Advanced 2022 paper will contain multiple-choice questions with a single answer correct and double answer correct, numerical value questions along matching type questions. The JEE Advanced exam follows the concept of full, partial, and zero marks. Best CBSE School in Gorakhpur provides daily practice papers on the basis of JEE Advanced pattern.

The JEE Advanced syllabus is slightly different from the JEE Mains syllabus. JEE Advanced generally avoids memorizing topics and follow up with conceptual and application-based topics. 

How to prepare for IITs

  • For cracking the JEE Advanced exam it’s important to be aware of the latest exam pattern and syllabus. 
  • Students must check out the syllabus and get the list of high and low weightage topics as per the previous year's papers.
  • Students must fix their books from the beginning of the syllabus only. 
  • For JEE Advanced it’s important to study and practice the conceptual topics and should focus more on the application-based questions. 

JEE Advanced coaching Gorakhpur focuses on the numerical as well as conceptual topics for JEE Advanced.