JEE Advanced

JEE Advanced - Answer Key, Result, Paper Analysis and Question Paper

Joint entrance examination -advanced(JEE advanced) formerly known as Indian Institute of Technology - joint entrance examination is an academic examination held annually in our country. The JEE pattern has undergone many changes. Since 2010 candidates are given paper copies of their answers, and cutoffs are announced. This transparency was achieved after a tenacious legal tussle waged by IIT Kharagpur professor Rajeev Kumar, who was nominated for the National RTI Award 2010 for his crusade. Since 2013–14, JEE has changed a lot and recently adopted new online admissions and application selection procedures which were not available in recent years.

In 2012, the government-run Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) that earlier conducted the AIEEE, announced the JEE that replaced the AIEEE and IIT-JEE. The JEE-Main, which replaces AIEEE, is for admission to the National Institutes of Technology (NITs), Indian Institutes of Information Technology (IIITs), and some other colleges designated as "centrally funded technical institutes" (CFTIs). The JEE-Advanced, which replaces IIT-JEE, is for admission to the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs). Only the students selected in JEE Main are eligible for appearing in JEE Advanced. About 224,000 students will be selected from 2018.

In September 2013, the IIT Council approved the decision of the Joint Admission Board to continue with the two-phase JEE pattern ("Main" followed by "Advanced") for IITs in 2014. Joint Seat Allocation Authority (JoSAA) conducted the joint admission process for a total of 23 IITs, ISM, 32 NITs, 18 IIITs, and 19 other Government Funded Technical Institutes (GFTIs).

This exam is vital for engineering aspirants mostly for candidates who wish to seek admissions in premium institutes like IIT’s and NITs. JEE advanced is usually conducted by 7 different institutes IIT’s on a rotational basis every year. This year the examination was conducted by IIT Delhi.

JEE Advanced was conducted on September 27th around 2 lakh had registered for this year’s examination and the exam was held at 1150 centers in 222 different cities across the country.

What's New in JEE Advanced?

  • JEE Advanced revised schedule and information brochure has been released on August 27.
  • The JEE Advanced registration fee is now Rs 1400 for women/SC/ST/PwD and Rs 2800 for all other candidates.
  • The number of new exam centers in JEE Advanced this year is 222 while 4 from the old list have been removed.
  • The number of JEE Main candidates who will qualify to appear for JEE Advanced has been raised from 245,000 to 250,000.
  • Paper 2 of JEE Advanced was conducted from 2:30 PM.
  • For this year, MHRD has announced that all candidates who qualify 10+2 will be eligible for IIT admissions irrespective of their secured marks.

The authorities have announced that due to the current restrictions imposed on foreign travel and visa issuance, JEE Advanced was not held in foreign centers. Candidates staying Abroad should select their preferred choices from the list of exam cities in India. Earlier, HRD Minister Dr. Ramesh Pokhriyal "Nishank" announced that candidates who have passed class 12 are eligible for admissions into IITs through JEE Advanced regardless of their secured marks

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JEE Advanced answer key

IIT Delhi has released the JEE Advanced answer key on 29th September candidate response sheets have been released and can be accessed through the candidate portal. If there are any discrepancies, the candidate can challenge the provisional answer key till Oct 1. For every question to be reviewed, the processing of INR 500 is charged which can be paid online. The final answer keys for JEE Advanced will be released on October.










JEE Advanced result

JEE Advanced result was declared on October 5. It can be seen by logging in with a registration number, DOB, mobile number, and E-mail ID. The result will be released in the form of a scorecard. With the scorecard, the candidates can also check their AIR(All India Rank) and category wise AIR. JEE Advanced scorecard will contain details of the candidates’ score in Paper I and Paper II, along with his or her score in Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics.

JEE Advanced Toppers

Chirag Falor secured AIR 1 with 352 Marks in JEE Advanced while Kanishka Mittal secured the top position among female candidates. As per the Common Rank List, we have listed the top 10 toppers for JEE Advanced tabulated below.


Toppers' Name

Rank 1

Chirag Falor

Rank 2

Gangula Bhuvan Reddy

Rank 3

Vaibhav Raj

Rank 4

R Muhender Raj

Rank 5

Keshav Agarwal

Rank 6

Hardik Rajpal

Rank 7

Vedang Dhirendra Asgaonkar

Rank 8

Swayam Shashank Chube

Rank 9

Hasrshvardhan Agarwal

Rank 10

Dhavanit Beniwal



JEE Advanced question papers





Paper 1







Paper 2







JEE Advanced cutoff

JEE advanced qualifying marks have been released by IIT Delhi. Candidates who clear the cut-off are eligible for admissions in the IIT’s. The minimum percentage of marks required to secure a spot in the rank list has been released along with the declaration of the JEE advanced result. The candidates who have scored aggregate marks in every subject and overall aggregate have been included in the list.

JEE Advanced : Qualifying Marks

Rank List

Minimum marks in each subject

Minimum aggregate marks

Common rank list (CRL)



GEN-EWS rank list



OBC-NCL rank list



SC rank list



ST rank list



Common-PwD rank list (CRL-PwD)



GEN-EWS-PwD rank list



OBC-NCL-PwD rank list



SC-PwD rank list



ST-PwD rank list



Preparatory course rank list





JEE Advanced : Criteria for inclusion in the rank list


Minimum Percentage of Marks in Each Subject

Minimum Percentage Aggregate Marks

Common rank list (CRL)



GEN-EWS rank list



OBC-NCL rank list



SC rank list






Common-PwD rank list (CRL)



GEN-EWS-PwD rank list



OBC-NCL-PwD rank list



SC-PwD rank list



ST-PwD rank list



Preparatory course rank lists



JEE Advanced Counselling Procedure

Step 1- Registration

  1. Visit jeeadv.ac.in
  2. Enter the registration number, roll number, DOB, and password

Step 2- Online Form Filling

  1. Log-in using your credentials
  2. Lock your final choices and take a printout

Step 3- Seat allotment

It will be divided into 3 categories

  • Based on Date of Birth (DOB)
  • Nationality
  • Percentage of disability

Step 4 – Allocation of Seats

  • The final step in the counseling process is the allocation of seats. The allocation of seats will be done based on the seat matrix provided by the participating colleges.
  • All the details regarding the availability of seats in the participating institutes and cutoff will be updated on the official website of JoSSA

JEE Advanced paper analysis

As per the reaction of students who appeared in the exam in both the shifts, the overall difficulty level of the paper was as hard. Of all the 3 subjects, Physics was the toughest and Chemistry easiest while Maths was lengthy and calculative. Everything was balanced in paper 1, paper 2 was the toughest. Calculus was most asked in maths with very lengthy questions. In paper 2, 6 Numerical questions in each subject out of 18 and 6 Multi correct.

JEE Advanced Analysis (Paper 2)

According to various websites the analysis of JEE Advanced paper 2, the following can be concluded:

  • JEE Advanced question paper was divided into three parts with 18 questions in each section with a maximum score of 198.
  • Overall, JEE Advanced Paper 2 was more difficult as compared to Paper 1.
  • In the Physics section, questions on integers involved lengthy calculations making it the most difficult.
  • Chemistry section was also comparatively difficult than that of JEE Advanced paper 1
  • Mathematics was equivalent to the difficulty level in the paper 1 exam.

 JEE Advanced Analysis by Sri Chaitanya

  • For the JEE Advanced exam was conducted on September 27, both papers 1 and 2 were in the same model.
  • Both the JEE Advanced question papers consisted of 18 questions per section in total carrying 198 marks.
  • In JEE Advanced paper 1, Physics was difficult, Mathematics was moderate, while Chemistry was relatively easy.
  • As compared to paper 1, paper 2 was easy but lengthy
  • Due to 2 integer/ numerical type questions, the majority of candidates could not complete the paper 2 exam within 3 hours
  • JEE Advanced cutoff is expected to be 35% for the open category, 30% for OBC, 15% for SC and ST

JEE Advanced Analysis Paper 1 by FIITJEE

According to the exam analysis for JEE Advanced paper 1 shared by FIITJEE, the following can be concluded:

  • There were a total of 54 questions carrying 198 marks in JEE Advanced
  • The JEE Advanced question paper was divided into three sections and the maximum marks for each part were 66.
  • Students found the paper moderate to difficult level
  • The physics section was difficult and lengthy with more questions from chapters like Rotation, Work Power Energy, magnetism & Thermodynamics
  • The mathematics section was moderate with 5-6 questions from calculus and others from Continuity & Differentiability, Application of Derivative, Definite Integrals. There was one question each from Probability, Complex Numbers, Determinants and two from 3D Geometry
  • The chemistry section in JEE Advanced paper 1 was easier.

JEE Advanced Paper Analysis by Aakash Institute

The authorities have successfully concluded JEE Advanced paper 1 held from 9 am to 12 noon. With the help of student reactions, Aakash Institute has released the JEE Advanced analysis as shared below:

  • Number of questions asked in PCM - 54
  • Total questions in each JEE Advanced paper - 18 questions
  • As per JEE Advanced analysis by Aakash Institute, the exam was difficult than the previous year
  • Questions in the Physics section were somewhat lengthy due to which, it was difficult to attempt.
  • In Chemistry, more questions were from physical chemistry than organic and inorganic
  • The chemistry section was easy to moderate as questions based on NCERT were asked.
  • The mathematics section was similar to the previous year with quite lengthy and calculative questions.

Now let’s move on to JEE main

JEE Main has two papers, Paper-I and Paper-II. Candidates may opt for either or both of them. Both papers contain multiple-choice questions. Paper-I is for admission to B.E./B.Tech courses and are conducted in a Computer Based Test mode. Paper-II is for admission in B.Arch and B.Planning courses and will also be conducted in Computer Based Test mode except for one paper, namely the 'Drawing Test' which shall be conducted in Pen and Paper mode or offline mode. From January an additional Paper - III is being introduced for B.Planning courses separately.

JEE Main, unlike JEE Advanced, has a fixed exam structure and is not subject to change every year. Paper-1 is of three hours duration and consists of thirty multiple-choice (single-correct) questions in each of the three subjects (physics, chemistry, and maths). 4 marks are awarded for correct answers and 1 mark is deducted for incorrect answers.

A new pattern consisting of 20+5 questions per subject is introduced in January with 20 multiple choice questions + 5 numerical type questions. In multiple-choice questions, 4 marks are awarded for correct answers, and no marks are deducted from numerical type questions.

From 2013 to 2016, the marks obtained in the class XII school board examination used to be accorded a 40% weightage in deciding the JEE Main all India ranks.

JEE Main (Joint Entrance Examination-Main) is a national level entrance examination conducted by NTA for admission into Engineering and Architecture courses in the top CFTIs, like the NITs, IIITs, and SFIs, Engineering Colleges of the participating states, and other participating institutes.

National Testing Agency has been developed as a premier, autonomous, specialist, and self-sustained testing organization to conduct entrance examinations for admission in top educational institutions. This exam is conducted two times a year in January and April. The exam will be conducted in two individual papers Paper-I - Engineering and Paper-II - Architecture.

Examination Name

Joint Entrance Examination Main (JEE-Main)

Conducting Body

National Testing Agency




Two times a year (January & April)

JEE Main Exam Mode

Online & Offline (only for (Drawing))

Question Type

MCQ, Drawing

JEE Main Exam Duration

3 hours

JEE Main Marking Scheme

+4 mark for the Correct Answers | -1 Mark for Wrong Answers


English, Hindi, and Gujarati

Official Website


Helpline Number

7042399521, 7042399525, 7042399526

JEE Main exam dates are mentioned below

Admit Card: Admit Card will be released on January 4, and It is a mandatory document to be carried to the exam hall.

Exam Day: The exam will be conducted online (CBT) and offline (Pen & Paper-Based Test) for drawing, from January 16th to January 22nd, from 9:00, AM to 12:00 noon (morning shift) and from 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM (evening shift). The shifts will be mentioned on every candidate's Admit Card.

Results are expected to be released on February 9.

JEE Main exam dates

Important Events/ Schedule


Application Form Start Date

November 20, (Tentative)

Application Form Last Date

December 12, (Tentative)

JEE Main Correction Window Dates

The third week of December (Tentative)

JEE Main Admit Card Availability

January 4, (Tentative)

JEE Main Exam Date

January 16, to January 22 (Tentative)

JEE Main Results Announcement

February 9 (Tentative)

JEE Main registration

Step 1: Registration

Registration should be done on the official website of JEE Main by entering the credentials in the registration link. A fee must be paid via online mode

Various registration fee applicable for JEE Main

JEE Main Test Papers


In India

Outside India

Paper-I - Engineering (B.E./B.Tech.)


Paper-II - Architecture (B.Arch./B.Plan.)

General/OBC (Non-creamy layer)/ Gen-EWS

Boys - INR 650

Girls - INR 325

Boys - INR 3000

Girls - INR 1500


Boys - INR 325

Girls - INR 325

Boys - INR 1500

Girls - INR 1500

Both Paper-I - Engineering (B.E./B.Tech.)


Paper-II - Architecture (B.Arch./B.Plan.)

General/OBC (Non-creamy layer)/ Gen-EWS

Boys - INR 1300

Girls - INR 650

Boys - INR 6000

Girls - INR 3000


Boys - INR 650

Girls - INR 650

Boys - INR 3000

Girls - INR 3000

Step 2: Documents Upload

While filling out the registration form for JEE Main, candidates will have to upload the scanned copy of a passport size photograph and signature as per the dimensions mentioned. Make sure you resize the photo and signature accordingly.

Upload Documents






10 KB to 200 KB



3.5 cm width x 1.5 cm height

4 KB to 30 KB


Note: Before filling in the application form, the candidate should have a scanned image of passport size photograph and signature. These scanned images are to be uploaded during the submission of the JEE Main application form. The photograph should be colored or black/ white (but clear contrast) with the name of the candidate and date of taking the photograph printed on it.

How to download JEE Main Admit Card?

To download the JEE Main Admit Card, the following steps are to be followed:

Step 1: Visit the JEE Main website.

Step 2: Click 'Download Admit Card'.

Step 3: Enter details like the Application Number/ DOB/ Password.

Candidates must carry the JEE Main Admit Card without fail to the examination center along with a photo ID proof.

Details in the Admit Card

Candidates can find the below-mentioned details on their JEE Main yearAdmit Cards.

Applicant’s name

Application number

Roll number

Father's name

Course name

Date of birth



State of Eligibility

Candidate's Signature and Photograph

PwD Status

Centre Code

Test City

Date of Examination

Time of Examination (Paper-I / Paper-II / Paper-III)

Candidate’s Parent Signature

The JEE Main Syllabus will be based on the subjects from Classes 11 and 12. This is common for both JEE Mains and Advanced. The difficulty level of these sections will be higher in the JEE Advanced. JEE Mains and Advanced Syllabus for Paper-I and Paper-II are as below:


  1. Paper-I: Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics.
  2. Paper-II: Aptitude Test, Mathematics, and Drawing. (Aptitude Test is for B.Arch./B.Planning).

Below are the topics included in each subject.

JEE Main Physics Syllabus

Physics and Measurement, Thermodynamics, Rotational Motion, Laws of Motion, Electronic Devices, Oscillations and Waves, Current Electricity, Electromagnetic Induction, and Alternating Currents, Optics, Electrostatics, Kinematics, Work, Energy and Power, Gravitation, Properties of Solids and Liquids, Kinetic Theory of Gases, etc.

JEE Main Syllabus Chemistry

  • Physical Chemistry: Core and Basic concepts in Chemistry, Atomic Structure, Chemical Thermodynamics, Equilibrium, Chemical Kinetics, States of Matter, Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure, etc.
  • Organic Chemistry: Purification and characterization of Organic compounds, Chemistry in everyday life, Organic Compounds containing Halogens, Organic Compounds containing Nitrogen, Some basic principles of Organic Chemistry, etc.
  • Inorganic Chemistry: Classification of elements and periodicity in properties, Block elements (alkali and alkaline earth metals), D and F block elements, Environmental Chemistry, Hydrogen, Block Elements - group 13 to group 18 elements, etc.

JEE Main Syllabus Aptitude

This section is believed to be more abstract and logical reasoning.

Awareness of places, persons, buildings and materials, Texture and Objects related to Architecture, Visualizing 3D objects from 2D drawings, Visualizing Different sides of 3D Objects, Mental Ability, Analytical Reasoning, Color Texture, Contrast and Harmony, Building Forms and Elements, 3D-Perception, and Appreciation of scale and proportion of objects.

JEE Main Syllabus Mathematics

Sequence and Series, Matrices and Determinants, Differential Equations, Sets, Relations and Functions, Complex Numbers and Quadratic Equations, Permutations and Combinations, Mathematical Induction, Binomial Theorem, and its simple applications, Limit, Continuity and Differentiability, Integral Calculus, Differential Equations, Coordinate Geometry, Three-Dimensional Geometry, Vector Algebra, Statistics and Probability, Trigonometry, Mathematical Reasoning.

JEE Main Syllabus Drawing

Drawing and Designing of geometrical or abstract shapes & patterns in pencil, Transformation of forms both 2D and 3D union, Elevation and 3D views of objects rotation, Development of Surfaces and Volumes, Generation of Plan, Creating 2D & 3D compositions using given shapes and forms, and Sketching of activities of urban scenes from memory.

The syllabus gives an idea of the topics that come under that ambit of JEE Mains and JEE Advanced. However, the type of questions and methods to solve them are best learned from practice and reference books. It is not just basic questions asked from the above-mentioned topics. The application of the concepts forms a significant part of the exam.

Reference books for JEE Main


Author / Publication

Concepts of Modern Physics (SIE)

Arthur, Sobita Mahajan, and S. Rai Choudhury

Understanding the Physics of Electricity & Magnetism

DC Pandey

Understanding Physics for JEE Main & JEE Advanced for Waves & Thermodynamics

DC Pandey

Modern Approach to Chemical Calculations

RC Mukherjee

Organic Chemistry Objective


Organic Chemistry

Robert Thornton Morrison

A Master Resource Book in Chemistry

Sanjay Sharma

 Maths 12th Grade Text Book


Maths 10th Grade Text Book


Mathematical Analysis

G.N. Berman

Trigonometry for JEE Main & JEE Advanced


JEE main exam pattern


Test type and Subjects




Part-I: Mathematics and Part-II: Aptitude Test in Online mode

Part-III: Drawing Test in Offline mode


Part-I: Mathematics, Part-II: Aptitude Test, and Part-III: Planning Based Questions in

Computer Based Test

  • Question Type: The JEE Main question paper will have MCQ for Paper-I and Paper-II except Drawing. Drawing is a subjective type of paper.
  • Topics:Paper-I: Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics
    • Paper-II: Aptitude Test, Mathematics, and Drawing
  • Duration:3 hours
  • Marking Scheme: Four marks for every correct answer and minus one for every wrong answer. For drawing, two questions will be asked for 100 marks.
  • Medium/Language: English, Hindi, and Gujarati.

JEE Main exam centers

JEE Main Exam Centres will be in all the major cities across India. The candidates may choose up to four centers.

ID Proof: Candidates must carry a valid photo ID proof like aadhar card/pan card/DL along with the JEE Main Admit Card to the Exam Centre without fail.

Authority: NTA will decide the Exam Centre, Date, and Shift and no candidate can request a change in the exam center.

Candidates failing to produce a valid photo ID proof (Aadhaar/Voter ID Card) along with the JEE Main Admit Card/Hall Ticket to the Exam Centre will not be allowed inside the examination hall.

Detailed JEE Main Syllabus for Paper 1


Unit 1: Sets, relations, and functions

Unit 2: Complex numbers and quadratic equations

Unit 3: Matrices and determinants

Unit 4: Permutations and combinations

Unit 5: Mathematical induction

Unit 6: Binomial theorem and its simple applications

Unit 7: Sequences and series

Unit 8: Limit, continuity, and differentiability

Unit 9: Integral calculus

Unit 10: Differential equations

Unit 11: Co-ordinate geometry

Unit 12: Three-dimensional geometry

Unit 13: Vector algebra

Unit 14: Statistics and probability

Unit 15: Trigonometry

Unit 16: Mathematical reasoning


Unit 1: Physics And Measurement

Unit 2: Kinematics

Unit 3: Laws Of Motion

Unit 4: Work, Energy, and Power

Unit 5: Rotational Motion

Unit 6: Gravitation

Unit 7: Properties Of Solids And Liquids

Unit 8: Thermodynamics

Unit 9: Kinetic Theory Of Gases

Unit 10: Oscillations And Waves

Unit 11: Electrostatics

Unit 12: Current Electricity

Unit 13: Magnetic Effects Of Current And Magnetism

Unit 14: Electromagnetic Induction And Alternating Currents

Unit 15: Electromagnetic Waves

Unit 16: Optics

Unit 17: Dual Nature Of Matter And radiation

Unit 18: Atoms And Nuclei

Unit 19: Electronic Devices

Unit 20: Communication Systems


Unit 1: Some Basic Concepts In Chemistry

Unit 2: States Of Matter

Unit 3: Atomic Structure

Unit 4: Chemical Bonding And Molecular Structure

Unit 5: Chemical Thermodynamics

Unit 6: Solutions

Unit 7: Equilibrium

Unit 8: Redox Reactions And Electrochemistry

Unit 9: Chemical Kinetics

Unit10: Surface Chemistry

Section B: Inorganic Chemistry

Unit 11: Classification Of Elements And Periodicity In Properties

Unit 12: General Principles And Processes Of Isolation Of Metals

Unit 13: Hydrogen

Unit 14: S – Block Elements (Alkali And Alkaline Earth Metals)

Unit 15: P – Block Elements

Unit 16: D – And F – Block Elements

Unit 17: Co-Ordination Compounds

Unit 18: Environmental Chemistry

Section C: Organic Chemistry

Unit 19: Purification And Characterization Of Organic Compounds

Unit 20: Some Basic Principles of Organic Chemistry

Unit 21: Hydrocarbons

Unit 22: Organic Compounds Containing Halogens

Unit 23: Organic Compound, Containing Oxygen Alcohols, Phenols and Ethers, Carboxylic Acids

Unit 24: Organic Compounds Containing Nitrogen

Unit 25: Polymers

Unit 26: Biomolecules

Unit 27: Chemistry In Everyday Life

Unit 28: Principles Related To Practical Chemistry

How To Handle Tough Topics in JEE Main Physics

  1. Make a short note of all relevant facts and formulas of the given topic. This is the basic thing one can do to solve problems. Then memorize and understand it thoroughly. This may seem like a very basic thing, But I can assure you that this is an effective process, although how simple it may seem, very few students actually maintain this routine for the whole duration of their preparation.
  2. Never try to solve the problem intuitively. This is one of the most common mistakes done by all the candidates. Try to rely on facts as much as possible. If you are at the initial stage of your preparation, then you should first write what is given in the question. Then analyze it and write the relevant formulae. This process will be a bit longer, but after some practice, you can directly skip to the step where you apply the formula.
  3. Read the question very carefully. Generally, problems some critical information is hidden in the statement of the problem. For example, in some problems, the temperature of the water varies from 10 to 13. Now, the hidden information which you have to observe in this statement is that water attains its density maxima at 4°. This type of small information can make any problem really tough.
  4. Now the last and, according to me, the most important piece of advice is related to how you solve the problem. The beauty of the Physics lies in the fact that you can master almost any topic by solving about 20 - 25 different questions. I know, this may seem a little bit far-fetched, but this is true.

How To Handle Tough Topics in JEE Main Mathematics

  • Don’t panic whatsoever.
  • Tough topics can also be easily solved if you have your basic concepts clear.
  • On starting a question from these topics, try noting down every small detail and then proceed. Scribbling in the rough might make you do calculation mistakes.
  • Try making a note of any different concept or out of the box question that you come across while practicing from any of these chapters. You should see such notes before the exam as that will help you in revising twisted concepts.
  • To solve the past years’ papers to get an idea of the kind of questions that can be asked in the exam. That will help you in preparing accurately.
  • Don’t leave the tougher topics for the end. Doing them at the end will make you panic and you wouldn’t be able to give proper time to them due to the same.
  • During the exam also, do the tougher questions earlier.

How To Handle Tough Topics in JEE Main Chemistry

  • Study from good books
  • Put adequate efforts in studying named reactions
  • Make a notebook containing all the reactions
  • Study important topics really well
  • Make reactions notebook
  • Try to link things to the periodic table
  • Use color codes for qualitative analysis
  • Focus on concepts
  • Use mole concepts to understand things
  • Solve previous year papers

Greater effort but high scoring topics in Physics for JEE

  1. Electromagnetism
  2. Rotation
  3. Magnetism
  4. SHM

Don’t focus on formulas and focus more on concepts. Incline yourself to doing subjective problems from these topics as that will really help you derive things on your own from the very basics.

Make sure to make diagrams for the questions from these topics and analyze the situations properly before you start solving the problem.

Practice a lot to make sure that you are familiar with all known concepts and do miscellaneous question sets to get a better hold of the concepts.

Last year’s papers must be done to familiarize yourself with the kind of questions that can be asked in main and Advanced both.

Easier topics that have a high score

  1. Modern physics
  2. Current electricity
  3. Newton’s laws of motion
  4. Oscillations and sound
  5. Heat and thermodynamics

Focus more on formulas and practice a lot.

Make short notes of all the formulas from such chapters and any theory points that you need to learn. Direct theory-based questions too can come from chapters like modern physics.

Focus more on speed and accuracy when it comes to such topics.

Archives are a must and you must try to do them in a time-bound manner.

Be a bit more regular in their preparation. You could see the formula list every once in a while or do a 30-minute question sheet to recall the formulas and concepts of such topics.

While solving mock tests, try doing the easier questions towards the end so that you are confident at the end too.

Try different methods of solving the same question during the mock tests. This will help you in looking up alternate ways which lead you to the answer much more quickly.

JEE Main Eligibility Criteria

NTA has released the JEE Main eligibility criteria for BTech, BArch and BPlan papers. Candidates must fulfill all the eligibility conditions to be eligible for JEE Main exam. The eligibility criteria for JEE Main is as follows:

  1. Age Criteria: There is no age limit for aspirants appearing in the JEE Main
  2. Year of Appearance in Qualifying Examination (QE)
  • Candidates who have passed their Class 12 examination or any equivalent qualifying examination are eligible
  • Those who are appearing in their Class 12 examination or any equivalent qualifying examination in are also eligible to appear in January and April session
  • Candidates who passed Class 12th/Qualifying examination in 2018 or before as well as those who will appear in such examination in or later are not eligible to appear in JEE (Main)–.
  1. Qualifying subjects: Candidates must have taken at least five subjects in class 12th /qualifying examination to be eligible
  2. Qualifying marks
  • To appear in JEE Mains, the minimum qualifying marks (for admission to NITs, IIITs, IITs, and CFTIs) that aspirants require is 75 percent (aggregate) or
  • Candidates should be in the top 20 percentile in the Class 12 exam conducted by respective Boards
  • For reserved candidates, the minimum qualifying marks is 65 percent
  1. Total attempts
  • A candidate is allowed to attempt the exam for three consecutive years
  • The number of attempts will be six in total – twice each year for three years

Reservation Criteria for JEE Main


Reservation in Percentage (%)

Scheduled Caste (SC)


Scheduled Tribe (ST)


Other Backward Class (OBC) -NCL


Persons with Disability (PwD)



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