Qualifying the first stage of the Joint Entrance Examination i.e. JEE Main would pave the way for the second stage of the JEE examination, which is known as IIT Joint Entrance Examination Advanced.
The JEE Advanced exam is a national level entrance test conducted and organised by the Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee. Last year, the exam was conducted by the IIT, Kanpur.
JEE Advanced 2019 examination will select eligible candidates for admission to various undergraduate programmes, UG-PG Dual Degree and Integrated PG. The programmes are B.Tech (4 years), B. Pharm (4 years), BS (4 years), Integrated M.Sc (5 years), Integrated M.Tech (5 years), B.Arch (5 years), Dual Degree B.Tech-M.Tech (5 years), Dual Degree B.Pharm-M.Sc (5 years) and Dual Degree BS-MS (5 years).
Aspirants can pursue higher studies either in Engineering, Pharmaceutics, Sciences or Architecture. Clearing the exam would certainly place them into the IITs and ISM.
If you are pumped up to take the exam, the time is ripe now. You should know all the recent developments pertaining to the syllabus, the exam pattern, the eligibility criteria and many more. Let’s delve deeper –
[su_note]JEE Advanced 2019 Latest Update – The exam date for JEE (Advanced) 2019 has been shifted to 27th May 2019 (Monday) due to the General Elections 2019. The examination will be held through computer-based mode in two shifts – Paper I (9 AM to 12 Noon) and Paper II (2:00 PM to 5:00 PM).[/su_note]
JEE Advanced 2020 Important Dates:
To have a proper time-table and study plan, it is important to know the exam date, the admit card releasing date and, of course, the official notification. However, the JEE Advanced 2019 schedule carries tentative dates.
|Exam Events||Tentative Dates|
|Foreign nationals to register for the exam||3rd week of April 2019|
|Registration starts for Indian nationals||1st week of May 2019|
|Last date to register online||2nd week of May 2019|
|Last chance to release the fee||Second week of May 2019|
|Download admit card||Second or third week of May 2019|
|Exam to be commenced (paper I and paper II)||27 May 2019|
Paper 1 – 9 AM To 12 PM
Paper 2 – 2 PM To 5 PM
|Response copy to be sent to candidates||Third or fourth week of May 2019|
|Availability of answer key||4th week of May 2019|
|Raise objection against answer key||4th week of May 2019|
|Result announcement||1st or 2nd week of June 2019|
|Online registration date Architecture Aptitude Test||1st or 2nd week of June 2019|
|Architecture Aptitude Test result declare||Third week of June 2019|
|Seat allotment begins||Third week of July 2019|
JEE Advanced 2020 Application Process:
The application process to register for IIT JEE Advanced 2019 exam starts in online mode only. IIT Roorkee will be releasing the application form of JEE Advanced 2019 tentatively in the first week of May. The eligible applicants (after qualifying JEE Main) can register themselves in four steps. The steps are given underneath –
Step 1 Registration: Online registration via JEE Main roll number and password
Step 2 Documentation: Uploading scanned copies of signature, passport-size photograph and other documents
Step 3 Payment: Application fee payment
Step 4 Confirmation Print out: Download the confirmation page and get a printout
Registration Fee for JEE Advanced 2019
|Registration Fee for Exam Centres in India|
|Indian Nationals (including PIO/OCI)||Female Candidates (all categories)||Rs. 1300|
|SC/ST/PwD Candidates||Rs. 1300|
|All other Candidates||Rs. 2600|
|Foreign Nationals||Candidates from SAARC countries||USD 160|
|Candidates from Non-SAARC countries||USD 300|
|Registration Fee for Exam Centres in Foreign Countries|
|Indian Nationals (including PIO/OCI)||All Indian Nationals||USD 160|
|Foreign Nationals||Candidates from SAARC countries||USD 160|
|Candidates from Non-SAARC countries||USD 300|
JEE Advanced 2019 Exam Pattern
|Test Type||Computer-Based Test (CBT)|
|Exam Duration||3 Hours|
|Conducted By||IIT Roorkee|
|Question Type||Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)|
|Language||Hindi & English|
|Major Subject||Physics, Chemistry And Mathematics|
|Marking Scheme||Full, Partial, zero and negative marks|
The computer-based test (CBT) will have two compulsory papers – Paper I and Paper II. All the eligible candidates must attempt both the papers to get through the exam. The total duration of the exam is 3 hours.
The exam will contain multiple choice questions (MCQs) and have questions in two different languages – English and Hindi. The questions would mainly come from three major subjects – Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics (PCM).
Speaking of AAT (Architecture Aptitude Test) 2019, only those who will qualify the JEE Advanced exam 2019 will be considered for this test. The exam will be held in online mode and the duration of the exam will be 180 minutes.
JEE Advanced 2020 Syllabus
The JEE Advanced 2019 syllabus consists of Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry subjects. Those are appearing for AAT exam will have additional syllabus including geometry drawing, architectural awareness, hand drawing, etc. The syllabus is furnished in detail below:
|Electricity & Magnetism||Physical Chemistry||Algebra||Architectural awareness|
|Modern Physics||Organic Chemistry||Integral Calculus||Freehand drawing|
|Optics||Inorganic Chemistry||Analytical Geometry||Imagination and aesthetic sensitivity|
|Thermal Physics||Vectors||Geometrical Drawing|
JEE Advanced 2020 Eligibility Criteria:
The biggest challenge for the candidates to sit in the JEE Advanced exam is to meet its eligibility criteria. Those who have scored high ranks and have qualified the JEE Main 2019 exam are eligible to fill up the application form and take the exam.
- Maximum two attempts in consecutive years
- The upper age should be 25 years for general candidates (30 years for reserved candidates)
- The applicants must have passed Class XII examination. The exam qualifying year is 2018 or 2019.
- Should not have been into any IITs before
Foreign candidates can consider all the above points while applying for JEE Advanced exam 2019.
JEE Advanced 2020 Admit Card:
Download the admit card as soon as it is available at the official website. To access the same, applicants are required to login on the website, check details printed on it, download and get a printout.
If there is any kind of discrepancy, they (students) are advised to get in touch with the respective IIT representative.
Take the print to the exam centre only to be allowed to take the test.
JEE Advanced 2020 Question Paper:
To prepare for JEE Advanced and clear it, one of the most considerable suggestions is to refer to previous years’ JEE Advanced questions papers. Referring to previous years’ JEE Advanced question papers and practicing them on regular basis will increase your chances of making to IITs.
Check Out Previous Years Question Papers – Click Here
JEE Advanced Mock Test:
The official authority of JEE Advanced is known to release online mock tests to help applicants have an idea as for how the question paper pattern will be. While they are yet to release the online mock tests on their official website.
Check Out Some Free Sample Mock Test – Click Here
JEE Advanced Sample Papers:
As they say – “there is no shortcut to success”, likewise, there is no shortcut to getting admission to IITs. You will need to take each and every round of the exam with as much seriousness as you can. If you think following the same study plan that you opt for JEE Main will work for JEE Advanced, well, it may not. You will really need to work harder after clearing JEE Main in order to make through JEE Advanced as well. And, one of the best ways to do it is by practicing as much JEE Advanced sample papers as you can.
Check out 12 years solved sample papers for JEE Advanced – Click Here
Best Books For JEE Advanced 2020
While there are a lot of preparation books available for JEE Advanced, it is strongly recommended to first understand the concept of JEE Advanced syllabus from NCERT textbooks. This is important because NCERT books are considered as the base for building your JEE Advanced preparation. So, make sure to first clear all the concepts from the NCERT books and then refer to other books.
Check out here the best-recommended books for preparation – click here
JEE Advanced 2020 Answer Keys
IIT Roorkee has released the JEE Advanced 2019 answer key on 4th June 2019 (Tuesday). Students who have appeared for the examination can check the answer keys at the official website. The answer key is available for both the papers in English and Hindi. The facility to raise an objection against the answer key will remain open till 5th June 2019 up to 5:00 PM.
JEE Advanced 2020 Result
For 2019, IIT Roorkee will be in charge of conducting JEE Advanced exam. The exam will be conducted in online mode in the second week of June 2019 tentatively. The result for the JEE Advanced 2019 will be displayed category-wise for the candidates who would have qualified the entrance exam.
More information about the result – click here
IIT Roorkee has successfully conducted the JEE Advanced exam on 27th May 2019 in two shifts – Paper I (9 AM to 12 Noon) and Paper II (2:00 PM to 5:00 PM). The date for uploading the certificates has been extended to 7th June 2019 up to 5:00 PM.
[su_note]JEE Advanced 2019 Latest Update – IIT, Roorkee has announced the result date for the JEE Advanced 2019 exam. The result is scheduled to be declared on 14th June at 10:00 AM. It will be available on the official website – jeeadv.ac.in.[/su_note]
JEE Advanced 2020 Counselling
In order to register for the counselling and seat allotment, you will need to submit your JEE main roll number and JEE Advanced password. Apart from clearing JEE Advanced 2019 with qualified rank, you will need to meet the other criteria to be able to participate in the counselling and seat allotment process. JoSAA authority will conduct seven rounds as a part of its JEE Advanced counselling and seat allotment process. This process consists of several steps such as registration, mock allotment, choice filling, reporting to institute and more.
More information about the counselling- click here
Q: Is it necessary to qualify the JEE Main 2019 to sit for the JEE Advanced 2019 exam?
A: Absolutely necessary. Not making it to the JEE Main list means you are not eligible to sit in the exam.
Q: My application was accepted by IIT, Kanpur – does it mean I’m not eligible for JEE Advanced 2019?
A: You will no longer be considered as eligible for the exam.
Q: Can a candidate take the exam in Hindi?
A: Yes, he can. The questions will be in both languages – English and Hindi.
Q: What is the method of fee payment?
A: Pay the registration fee through net banking, debit card and SBI challan. If you are thinking to use a credit card, your payment will not be accepted.
Q: What should I wear for the exam? Any specific dress code?
A: You can come in formals or in jeans. But make sure you are not wearing rings, ear-rings, chains, bangles, etc.