JEE-Advance


Joint Entrance Examination (Advanced) or JEE Advanced is a national level examination scheduled to be held on May 20, 2018 administered by IIT Kanpur for admission to engineering programmes in the 23 IITs. The performance of a candidate in this examination will form the basis for admission to the Bachelor’s, Integrated Master’s and Dual Degree programs (entry at the 10+2 level) in all the IITs. The decisions of the JAB 2018 will be final in all matters related to JEE (Advanced) 2018 and admission to IITs.


JEE Advance Eligibility Criteria

The eligibility criteria of JEE Advanced 2018 states the norms that candidates must fulfill to appear in the entrance test. The eligibility criteria include age requirement, academic qualification, total attempts among others. Candidates can check JEE Advanced eligibility criteria 2018 below:
1. Performance in JEE Main 2018- Only the top 2,31,024 JEE Main rank holders are eligible to appear in examination.
2. Age requirement- Candidates must be born on or after October 1, 1993. For candidates belonging to SC, ST and PwD candidates there is a relaxation of 5 years, i,e, they must be born on or after October 1, 1988.
3. Academic qualification- Candidates must have passed class 12 or equivalent examination at the first go in 2017 or 2018. They must have secured 75% (65% for reserved categories) in the qualifying examination. They also must be within the top 20 percentile of successful candidates in their respective board examination.
4. Number of attempts- The maximum number of attempts that a candidate can avail is two times in consecutive years.
5. Earlier admission at IITs- Candidates who accepted seats or admitted in an IIT irrespective of whether they have continued in the programme are not eligible for the entrance test.

JEE Advance Syllabus

The JEE Advance 2018 syllabus comprises topics from Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. Candidates must cover the entire syllabus to score well in the examination.

JEE Advance Syllabus Subject Wise

Subjects Topics
Physics Mechanics, General, Optics, Electricity and magnetism, Thermal physics, Modern physics
Chemistry Organic chemistry, Inorganic chemistry, Physical chemistry
Mathematics Trigonometry, Algebra, Analytical geometry, Differential calculus, Vectors, Integral calculus

JEE Advance Exam Pattern

Sl No. Particulars Paper 1 Paper 2
1. Number of questions 54 Question 54 Question
2. Total Marks 183 Marks 183 Marks
3. Duration 3 Hours 3 Hours

JEE Advance Important Dates

Jee Advance 2018 Event's Important Date's
Registration started from May 2, 2018
Last date to register May 7, 2018
Last date of fee payment May 8, 2018
Admit card releases on May 15, 2018
JEE Advanced examination May 20, 2018 (Paper 1 - 9 am to 12 pm and Paper 2 - 2 pm to 5 pm)
Display of responses made by candidates May 22 (10 am) to May 25 (5 pm), 2018
Answer key releases on May 29, 2018 (10 am)
Last date for feedback and comments on answer key May 30, 2018 (5 pm)
Declaration of result June 10, 2018 (10 am)
Online registration for Architecture aptitude test June 10 (10 am) to June 11 (5 pm), 2018
AAT 2018 June 14, 2018
Declaration of AAT result June 18, 2018 (5 pm)
Counselling and seat allotment June 19 to July 15, 2018

JEE Advance Registrations

The application form of JEE Advanced 2018 has been released online on May 2, 2018. Eligible candidates can fill the application form till May 7 and last day to pay the application fee for registered candidates is May 8, 2018. The application procedure involves three basic steps.

Aspirants have to complete all the steps mentioned below to successfully apply for test:
1. Filling JEE Advanced application form- Candidates have to log in with their JEE Advanced roll number and password. In the form, applicants have to fill their personal, academic and contact details.
2. Uploading scanned images- Candidates have to upload scanned copies of all the requisite documents in the specified format.
3. JEE Advanced application fee payment- The application fee can be paid online through SBI debit card/ net banking or in the offline mode through e-challan.

JEE Advance Admit Card

JEE Advanced admit card is issued to all successfully registered candidates on May 15, 2018. The admit card is consist details about the exam date and time, address of the exam centre, roll number, candidates name, date of birth etc. Candidates have to take a print out of hall ticket and take it along with them to the exam centre. Info required to download JEE Advance Admit Card is your
● JEE ADVANCED registration no
● DATE OF BIRTH
● Mobile Number
● email-id
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JEE Advance Results

JEE Advanced result will be announced by IIT Kanpur on June 10, 2018. The result will be declared online and candidates can download it by entering their registration number and date of birth. The result will consist the scores obtained by candidates in paper 1 and paper 2. The All India rank and category wise rank secured by candidates will also be mentioned in JEE Advanced result 2018

JEE Advance Exam Centers

The entrance exam will be held in around 160 cities of the country and abroad. The zones and number of exam locations under each zone are given below:

IIT Zone No. of exam cities and towns
Bombay 26
Delhi 18
Guwahati 21
kanpur 10
Kharagpur 22
Madras 35
Roorkee 29
Total 161

JEE Advance Counselling

JEE Advanced counselling and seat allotment of the qualified candidates for admission to the 23 IITs including ISM Dhanbad will be done by the Joint Seat allocation Authority (JoSAA). The registration and choice filling for the counselling process will commence on June 19, 2018. The counselling of JEE Advanced 2018 includes online registration, choice filling and locking, seat allotment, seat acceptance, fee payment and reporting to the allotted colleges.

JEE Advance Cuttoff's

Candidates can check minimum qualifying percentage prescribed for inclusion in the rank list from the table given below:

JEE Advance 2017 Cutoff

Rank List Minimum percentage in each subject Minimum percentage in aggregate
Common Rank List 10.0 35.0
OBC-NCL Rank Lis 9.0 31.5
SC Rank List 5.0 17.5
ST Rank List 5.0 17.5
Common PwD rank List 5.0 17.5
OBC-NCL-PwD Rank List 5.0 17.5
SC-PwD Rank List 5.0 17.5
ST-PwD Rank List 5.0 17.5
Preparatory Course Rank list 2.5 8.75

JEE Advance Prepartion Tips

It is imperative to keep in mind that structured and scientific approach to preparation can see you through and here are few tips from expert on the way forward:
1. Don’t drift away from the syllabus/prescribed books: It is the general tendency among students to consult too many study materials and/or test papers as a result they end up studying more than is required. Hence, students should focus only on the syllabus pertaining to IIT-JEE.
2. Analyse ‘what’ went wrong and ‘why’ it went wrong in JEE Advanced
3. Identify the weak areas and consult an expert faculty.
4. Start fresh and from scratch with requisite focus on Class XI and XII syllabus.
5. Remember, you need a competitive environment while studying, so that you get to learn from the peer group. Look out for such a group or join a coaching institute that offers one.
6. Prepare weekly study plan with study milestones marked. Stick to it under any circumstances.
7. Focus on the fundamental concepts and its application.
8. Try to finish the syllabus by December 2017, so that you could revise appropriately.
9. Prepare good quality revision notes so that you can engage in quick revision at a later stage. If you are going to re-appear for the boards, ensure you are preparing your model answer and notes too.
10. Write sufficient number of standard All India mock tests to see how you are progressing. Analyse every test performance. Monitor your percentile in the mocks to see that you are featuring in top category of students consistently. Review it with ‘Rank Potential Index’ — an indicator which enables you to understand the kind of rank you could expect in the actual exam based on the preparation level at the time of writing the mock exam.
11. Strength and weakness analysis: Students reappearing for IIT-JEE will always have an edge since they have already gone through the process/experience of writing the exam before. They would exactly know ‘what to do’ and ‘what not to do’ in the second attempt. Hence, a student should always keep the previous experience of do’s and don’ts in mind.

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