It is the aim of many candidates to become Engineer. It has become very tough to become a successful engineer. One needs to clear many exams to get a better college. Here in this article, I will share with you the complete information on the examination that is conducted for admission in some reputed college of Engineering. Check our blog in the below paragraphs to get detailed information about the How to prepare for JEE Advance Exam.
There are basically two exams that one has to clear to get IITs in India. JEE Mains and JEE Advanced Exam etc. Both exams are tough to clear. One will need to prepare very well to crack the exam. In order to start preparing for the examination, It is important to understand the complete syllabus as well as its exam pattern etc. Here We will discuss everything about the exam and what are the possible ways to start your preparation for the JEE Advance Exam.
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Exam Pattern of JEE Advance:
|Subject||Number of Questions||Total Number of Marks|
- The Exam would be conducted in Pen-Paper Mode (Offline Mode).
- All questions in Objective form with multiple choice Answer.
- All questions would be in English.
- Total Time Duration: 180 minutes (3 hours).
Overall, The Pattern is same as other competitive exams. Now let’s see the complete syllabus of the JEE Advance Exam, That one has to prepare for the Paper I and for Paper II etc.
JEE Advance Syllabus:
The Syllabus is not broad. It can be easily covered with proper strategy and proper study Material. One has to prepare the following subject for the JEE Advance Examination:
- Electricity and Magnetics
- Thermal Physics
- Modern Physics
- Integral Calculus
- Analytical Geometry
- Differential Calculus
- Physical Chemistry
- Organic Chemistry
- In-organic Chemistry etc
Tips for JEE Advance Exam Preparation:
The preparation for the examination can be done in different manners. It completely depends on one individual. There are many article that might tell you about the secret tips or trick to prepare for any examination. But, your Discipline and your passion will take you further. You may know that competitive exams are completely different from Academics exam.
If you are completely new to the competitive exam, You must join any coaching Institute that could teach you at least the basics of competitive exams. The preparation can be done at home also, But only, if you have a proper idea about the exam. Here are some common terms or points that must be considered while preparing for any examination.
- Time Management
- Understand the Syllabus
- Study Material & Books
- Solve Previous Year Question Paper
- Time for Revision etc
Time Management: This is the very basic rule of preparation that you have a proper idea about how to manage your time. Time Management is the key to success. While you prepare for your exam, Give equal time to each subject. The competitive exams ate completely different from the Academic’s exam. manage your time properly to cover the maximum syllabus of the exam.
Understand the Syllabus and its Pattern: Understand the syllabus of the examination mark your weakest point as well as strongest point as well. There are also negative marking as well in the exam. Understand the exam pattern as well to not to commit any mistake during the exam.
Study Material & Books: When you prepare at home, your study material would be the only source of preparation. So, Choose the study material wisely. There is a number of books and other preparation souses available in the market but not all of them are helpful. You must choose the best study material the is suggested by the experts. You can also take the help of Online Study Material, few websites are there that gives the complete notes for the preparation of JEE Advance examination. Some are free and some are paid.
Mock Tests & Previous Year Paper: The Mock tests are one of the best ways to check your preparation level. There are many Coaching Institutes as well as some websites that conduct mock tests. Mock tests are completely the same as your real examination. Where you will be asked the same level of the question as it is in the real exam. This test will give you a complete idea about the exams, questions, time management etc. It will prepare you in a better manner.
You can also solve the previous year question to get better practice for the real examination. You can solve the Previous year question paper, Sample Question Paper or Model Question Paper. There are some different in the Previous paper, Model Paper or Sample paper etc. But all these papers will give you a better practice for the examination. Once you finish your preparation, Start solving at least one paper a day.
Revision: Revision is also very important. You must revise every chapter that you have studied during your preparation. It will help you in better to memorize. For the revision you can make a short note during preparation. Through which you can do a quick revision whenever you want.
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JEE Advance Exam Preparation:
I have shared most about the preparation in the above paragraphs. The preparation completely depends on one individual. If you are fresher and thinking about starting preparation for JEE Exams either its Mains or Advance, you must join the coaching to get the idea about the exam and how other students prepare for this exam. There is a huge number of coaching in India. Do proper cross-check before joining any coaching.
Te Exam is tough and it is hard to score good marks. Take the maximum use of NCERT and structure your preparation in a systematic manner. Be Patient and smart with Organic Chemistry. Practice is the most important things. Practice the most topics like an equation, Mechanisms and problems which is related to this.
Always work on your silly mistakes and your weakest points as this will improve your overall scores in the examination. Memorize the chapter or Subject Wise formulas. Prepare your daily routine and be strict about it. Take a short break after every 2 to 3 hours. Eat healthily, have proper sleep. It will improve your overall performance in the exam as well as in life ahead. prepare for the exam in a better manner. Be very passionate as well as disciplined about the exam. The competition is too much everywhere.
FAQs For JEE Exam Preparation
No, All the questions would be asked in Objective type with Multiple choice answer.
Yes, Age of the candidate should be less than 25 years old. There is some relaxation for the SC/ST candidates. In the JEE Advance Exam, One can maximum appear two times in two consecutive years.
Yes, General candidates must have scored at least 75% marks. There is some relaxation for SC/ST and PwD candidates. Their marks should not be less than 65% marks.