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    Joint Entrance Examination Advanced (JEE Advanced 2021)


    Joint Entrance Examination-Advanced (JEE Advanced) is an educational exam which is held two times in a year in India. Which is conducted by the group of IITs in every seven zone under the supervision of Joint Admission Board (JAB). This is the pass for the admission in the top college of India which is IIT (Indian Institutes of Technology).

    There are total seven branches of IITs they are: IIT Roorkee, IIT Kharagpur, IIT Bombay, IIT Kanpur, IIT Madras, IIT Delhi and IIT Guwahati. IIT uses the score of JEE-Advanced for the admission in there institute. Earlier in 2013 exam was called IIT-JEE later it named as JEE-Advanced.

    JEE-Advanced is a computer based exam. Exam includes the subjects like Physics, Chemistry and Math. This exam takes place for the admission of under-graduation in engineering, science and architecture. Students can only have maximum two attempts of the exam.

    JEE Advanced Highlights 2021

    Exam Name

    Joint Entrance Examination-Advanced

    Conducted by

    Joint Admission Board (JAB)

    Exam mode

    Online

    Exam time

    3 hours

    Exam Frequency

    Twice in year

    Mode of counselling

    Online as well as offline

    Courses offered

    Graduation in science, engineering and architecture

    JEE Advanced Exam date 2021

    3rd July 2021

    JEE Advanced Eligibility Criteria 2021

    Students need to clear the eligibility criteria of JEE Advanced exam. They should clearly aware about the process of the exam and what kind of preparation they need to have before giving the exam. If, students do not the match the eligibility criteria will not be allowed to appear for the exam. After clearing the JEE Main 2021 then only students can apply for JEE-Advanced 2021. So, the JEE-Advanced eligibility criteria 2021

    • Students must have minimum score of 75% in class 10+2.
    • The marks has been calculated with the subjects Chemistry, Physics, Math, English and the optional subject which student have opted in their 10+2.

    Documents Needed for Registration

    • Birth Certificate
    • Identity proof
    • Class 10th and 12th certificate and mark sheet
    • Residence proof

    JEE-Advanced 2021 Exam Pattern

    In JEE-Advanced 2021 exam there will be 2 papers every one correct answer students will get +4 in section A, +3 in Section B and +3 in Section C of Paper 1. Every wrong answer will get deducted by -1 marks from section C, -2 marks From Section A and no negative marking for Section B. 

    In Paper 2 Section A you will get +4 for each correct answer and for Section B and C +3 for each correct answer. For every wrong answer in Section A -2 marks will be deducted and no negative marking for Section B and for every wrong answer in Section C -1 will be deducted. This is how JEE-Advanced 2021 exam pattern is going to work.

    Question Paper Pattern for JEE-Advanced 2021

    The question paper pattern for JEE-Advanced 2021 is created differently every year according to the weightage of each and every particular subject. Question paper pattern is:

    Paper 1

    Pattern

    Section A

    Section B

    Section C

    No. of questions

    6

    8

    2

    Max. Marks

    +4

    +3

    +3

    Negative Marking

    -2

    No negative marking

    -1

    Total marks

    24

    24

    12

    Paper 2

    Pattern

    Section A

    Section B

    Section C

    No. of questions

    6

    8

    4

    Max. marks

    +4

    +3

    +3

    Negative marking

    -2

    No negative marking

    -1

    Total marks

    24

    24

    12

    JEE Advanced Syllabus 2021

    Syllabus for JEE-Advanced 2021 is bit vast. It is divided into four subjects Physics, Chemistry, AAT and Math. Syllabus is:

    PHYSICS

    General:

    Units and dimensions, dimension measures, Experiments, Ohm’s law.

    Mechanism:

    Kinematics in one and second dimensions, Newton’s Law of Motion, Law of Gravitation, Conversation of angular momentum, Hooke’s law, pressure in fluid.

    Thermal Physics:

    Expansion of solid, liquid and gases, Heat conduction, Newton’s law of cooling, Law of thermodynamics.

    CHEMISTRY

    General:

    Concept of atoms and molecules, Dalton’s atomic theory, balanced chemical equations, calculations.

    Atomic structure and chemical bonding:

    Bohr model, Spectrum of hydrogen atom, uncertainty principles, orbital energy diagram.

    Energetics:

    First law of thermodynamics, significance of AG, acids and bases.

    Electrochemistry:

    Electrochemical cells and cells reactions, faraday’s law, kholraush’s law.

    Inorganic chemistry

    Organic chemistry

    Preparations, properties and reactions

    Pheonals:

    Acids, Kolbe reaction.

    Carbohydrates

    Practical organic chemistry

    MATHS
    • Algebra
    • Matrics
    • Probability
    • Trigonometry
    • Analytical geometry
    • Differential calculus
    • Integral calculus
    AAT (ARCHITECTURE APPTITUDE TEST)
    • Free hand drawing
    • Geometric drawing
    • Three-dimensional perception
    • Imagination sensitivity
    • Architectural awareness

    JEE Advanced Result 2021

    Only students can apply those who have eligible score in their class 12th for sitting in JEE-Advanced exam 2021. Students have to register themselves for the colleges they have to be in after getting the valid score in JEE-Advanced. They can choose any of the branch of IITs if there score matches the eligibility criteria given by the particular university.

    The result date for JEE-Advanced 2021 is yet to be announced by Joint Admission Board (JAB).

    JEE Advanced Cut Off 2021

    JEE-Advanced 2021 cut off can goes up to 90% which means minimum marks in between 100-110. As, according to students the difficulty of paper goes higher almost every year.

    Cut off for JEE-Advanced is set according to the particular course and the particular IITs institutes what they mark their cut off for the year.

    JEE Advanced Preparation Tips 2021

    • Draft a daily time table for every particular subject.
    • Know your strength and weakness in every subject and prepare according to that.
    • Follow the latest syllabus provide.
    • Study according to the marks that has been allotted to the individual subject.
    • Understand the basic concept.
    • Solve the old JEE-Advanced question papers.
    • Take part in mock tests.
    • Regularly solve the different question papers of individual subject and for combine subject question paper also.
    • Prepare and learn from your own methods of learning.
    • Do a thorough revision of the given syllabus of particular subject.

    JEE Advanced Important Dates 2021

    According to the Joint Admission Board (JAB) the exam is going too held on 3rd July, 2021 (Saturday).This schedule has been pass on 8th January, 2021. Important dates for JEE-Advanced are;

    Registration date

    To be announced

    Date of exam

    3rd July, 2021

    Day of exam

    Saturday

    Result of exam

    To be announced

    Architecture Aptitude Test

    To be announced

    AAT Result

    To be announced

    JEE Advanced Admit Card 2021

    Students can get the admit card from the official website of JEE-Advance. Students should carefully check each and every detail that is written on admit card should be correct from their name to the center in which they are going to give their exam off JEE-Advance.

    As, if any information goes wrong that can lead to the disqualification from the exam. So, before going to your respective exam center one should check each and every information written on the admit card. If, there is any problem student should report to the official website of JEE-Advance.

    JEE-Advanced Exam Center 2021

    JEE Advanced Exam Center 2021 is held in seven zones of IITs they are: IIT Roorkee, IIT Kharagpur, IIT Bombay, IIT Kanpur, IIT Madras, IIT Delhi and IIT Guwahati. The exam held in different region of these 7 states.

    FAQ's

    Joint Admission board conducted JEE Advance exam.
    Student must have qualified score in their class 12 th in Physics, Chemistry, Math and English.
    Yes, students must have 70% score in their 12 th for JEE Advance exam.
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