Every student dreams of getting through one of the Indian Institutes of
Technology (IITs) to pursue a course in engineering, technology,
sciences, mathematics and related disciplines. The JEE (Advanced) is the
gateway to fulfill that beautiful dream. The Joint Entrance Examination
(Advanced) or JEE (Advanced) previously known as IIT-JEE is the most
popular common engineering entrance test in India. The entrance exam is
held for admission to the integrated master’s programmes, bachelor’s
programmes as well as dual degree programmes at all the IITs and the
Indian School of Mines (ISM) Dhanbad. The candidates who are under those
top 1.5 lakh rank in JEE (Main) make themselves eligible to appear for the
JEE-Advanced. The JEE-Advanced is conducted by one of the Indian Institute of Technology in fully computer based mode.
IIT JEE Advanced Eligibility Criteria
Candidates who qualify in JEE Main and found fit according to JEE Advanced Guidelines will be eligible to appear for the test. However, for admission candidates must need to possess minimum eligibility criteria as set by Joint Admission Board (JAB) regarding performance in last qualifying examination and performance in JEE Advanced.
Number of attempts for JEE (Advanced)
A candidate can attempt JEE (Advanced) maximum of two times in two consecutive years.
The qualifying exam (QE) for JEE (Advanced)
- The class 12 exam, conducted by any recognized central or state Board, such as CBSE, ICSE Board, etc.
- The two years PU or Intermediate examination that is conducted by a University or a recognized Board.
- Joint Services Wing of the National Defence Academy final two-year course examination.
- The National Institute of Open Schooling conducts the Senior Secondary School Examination with a minimum of five subjects.
- Any University, Board or Public school examination in India or
abroad which is recognized and is equivalent to the plus 2 system by the
Association of Indian Universities (AIU).
- Vocational examination.
- A state board of technical education or AICTE recognised Diploma course of 3 years duration.
- The Advanced (A) level General Certificate Education (GCE) examination (Sri Lanka/Cambridge/London).
- The Cambridge University High School Certificate Examination or
International Baccalaureate Office, Geneva’s International Baccalaureate
Who is not eligible to appear for JEE Advanced
Any candidate who have been admitted to IIT in previous years and discontinued the study program in between or expelled is not eligible to appear for JEE Advanced.
JEE Advanced 2022 one time Special Relaxation to candidates who appeared in Class 12 in 2020
The JEE Advanced offers special one time relaxation in eligibility to candidates who appeared for Class 12th Examination in 2020. For details click here.
JEE (Advanced) Exam Pattern
There are two question papers
(Paper 1 and Paper 2) for JEE (Advanced), with three hours of
duration for each paper. The question papers for both the papers are in
Hindi as well as in English language. (The choice of language must be
mentioned during the time of registration). There are three sections of
Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics in both the question papers.
candidate's analytical ability, reasoning and comprehension are checked
through objective type questions. Incorrect answers result in negative
marking in some sections. The candidates are required to mark the on a
separate carbon paper of two sheets. It is to be noted that, the
candidates must not separate the alignment of both the sheets (upper and
lower) during the examination. They must use a black ball pen to mark
the answers on the upper sheet (ORS or Optical Response Sheet) and
should mark in such a manner that its impression is seen on the lower
sheet. Hence, after the exam the candidates can take away the lower
sheet with them.
JEE (Advanced) Syllabus
The main topics that may be covered in both paper 1 and paper 2 of JEE Advanced:Chemistry